This whitepaper sheds light on key indicators that will guide you in identifying if your approach needs modifying to propel the organisation forward with fast and actionable insights to ensure you are delivering effective risk management.
In this whitepaper, we explore the key factors influencing how buy-side firms need to think about data and examine the shortfalls of existing approaches to market and reference data management. We will then define the three pillars of a true DaaS offering and build a case for Data as a Service as…
This whitepaper explores the complications caused by the changes in interest calculations when using RFRs and how they can be addressed through use of an index. This paper explores the complications and how they can be addressed through use of an index.
This paper outlines the benefits of migrating regulatory compliance and regulatory reporting into the cloud
This paper explores some of the most important changes in AI and data management. Discover what these trends mean to your organization and how you can leverage them to your benefit.
This Whitepaper will explore the best way for an organisation to bring the two equally important processes of risk and organisational strategy, centered around performance measurement, monitoring and reporting, under one coherent and cohesive framework to further drive strong business performance…
This whitepaper looks at the events and market data of 2020 and discusses the possible takeaways for the risk professional in planning for future economic crises. The use of economic models is considered, as well as the effects on losses and premiums.
The research report offers essential reading for anyone involved in counterparty credit risk analysis.
In this session, Paul Lewis, Global Chief Technology Officer at Hitachi discussed the top concerns and shifted priorities for CIOs and Technology leaders: how can they lead the IT transformation under the new normal? How to elevate data to be a value creator, which still be able to accommodate…
This paper addresses the implications of the coronavirus on banks in terms of regulatory reporting and illustrates how software-as-a-service (SaaS) technology can provide solutions.