Below you will find a collection of IBM Business Analytics white papers.
IBM Business Analytics software delivers data-driven insights that help organizations work smarter and outperform their peers. This comprehensive portfolio includes solutions for business intelligence, predictive analytics and decision management, performance management, and risk management.
Business Analytics solutions enable companies to identify and visualize trends and patterns in areas, such as customer analytics, that can have a profound effect on business performance. They can compare scenarios, anticipate potential threats and opportunities, better plan, budget and forecast resources, balance risks against expected returns and work to meet regulatory requirements. By making analytics widely available, organizations can align tactical and strategic decision-making to achieve business goals.
For further information please visit ibm.com/analytics.
This white paper explores the key concepts and challenges with IT governance and how best to take a risk focus approach.
This paper outlines these game-changers and provides a roadmap with 10 essential elements to getting programs where managements and boards need and want them to be in achieving their compliance objectives.
In this IBM-sponsored webcast, a panel of industry experts will discuss the obstacles facing risk-based performance management and Peyman Mestchian, managing partner, Chartis will review findings of a new study on risk-based performance management (one of several research papers in Chartis' The…
This white paper explores the emerging GRC challenges in the regulatory and business environments. It further discusses how the next-generation of GRC is evolving to suit the new changes business needs.
Credit risk management only begins with the approval of a loan. The ongoing processes of managing collateral, loan covenants, and monitoring the borrower’s financial condition are key to ensuring that the bank is in the best position to minimize its loss, should the borrower encounter issues.
Financial institutions today are finding their businesses becoming increasingly heterogeneous and, in response, are seeking greater flexibility in their risk management systems and practices.
Free webinar: Fundamentally challenging – how banks are getting to grips with the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book.
With regulators rushing to complete their overhaul of trading book rules by year-end – and a recently launched impact study the last chance to assess and amend the framework – the industry is taking a closer look at the current proposals. Many banks are worried by what they see.
Business process automation capabilities provide real-time event escalation, automated risk processes,and streamlined remediation of issues and action items. Loss-event data collection allows risk managers to track loss incidents and near misses, record the amounts, and determine root causes.
Default rates on commercial credit facilities are at their highest rate in almost two decades, and automation is an effective tool to help banks improve transparency, enhance management control and increase operational effectiveness.
Wholesale credit is a bright spot for financial institutions. It did not cause the financial crisis, it does not lend itself to systemic risk, and it remains a profitable area for banks. Unfortunately, most banks do not have an adequate risk framework in place to fully take advantage.