In relation to credit specifically, this white paper aims to strengthen a bank’s overall credit risk management strategy. It explores how organisations can use cognitive techniques to become more agile competitors in an increasingly demanding credit landscape.
This market report conducted by Risk and Chartis breaks down risk management technology and opportunities. Among many things, the report examines the risk technology solutions landscape as well as the key risks faced by many of today’s buy-side organisations.
IBM Regulatory Compliance Analytics - Cognitive computing can help banks streamline operations and reduce regulatory compliance cost
This white paper explores the challenges of achieving sustainable regulatory compliance. The paper further explains how cognitive computing can help banks streamline operations and reduce regulatory compliance costs.
This white paper explores the evolving threat of insurance fraud and discusses how organisations can use fraud analytics to help safeguard themselves. The paper further examines the rise of the arm chair fraudster.
Achieving Optimal IFRS 9 Compliance: Going Beyond Compliance by Optimizing Your Implementation Effort and Financial Impact
This white paper explores the software functionality needed to support optimal IFRS 9 compliance. It further discusses why any steps taken towards IFRS 9 compliance should not be taken in isolation, but rather in the context of existing regulatory pressures.
This white paper emphasizes that now is the time to address the extensive inaccuracies in data reporting to ensure data integrity. It further provides an elegant solution to the problem that leverages existing bilateral reconciliation processes and systems.
Winning the face-off against fraud: How the most effective financial institutions are outthinking the bad guys
This white paper breaks down financial crime and addresses the challenges today’s institutions face in fighting these crimes. It further identifies current capabilities, successes and best practices in controlling financial crime.
This white paper examines the current adoption level of cognitive computing solutions among investment management firms. It further explores how first-mover organisations are planning to take the next steps towards full implementation.
This 2 part report lays out the current situation ‘how dirty money moves’ and ‘the fight against money laundering’. Find out how to fight this evolving threat and how we can work together towards a mutual objective: making it as difficult as possible for criminals to profit from their crimes.
IBM Counter Financial Crimes Management: Gain superior clarity on identities and relationships linked to financial crime activities with entity analytics
This white paper explores financial crime, including anti-money laundering (AML), anti-terrorist financing and various types of fraud. The paper further discusses how organisations can become better equipped to meet regulatory requirements and prevent financial crimes before they occur.