SAS is the leader in analytics. Since 1976, SAS has been giving customers around the world THE POWER TO KNOW®. With 40 years of analytics experience, SAS works closely with top companies across industries to address critical business needs. Through innovative analytics, business intelligence and data management software and services, SAS helps customers at more than 75,000 sites make better decisions faster. SAS solutions are used by more than 3,500 financial institutions worldwide, including 97 percent of the banks on the Fortune Global 500®, and placed as the top risk solutions vendor for risk management technology in the 2015 and 2016 Chartis: RiskTech100® report.
Developing Scenario Segmentation and Anomaly Detection Models - How analytics can be used for BSA/AML compliance programs
This white paper explores how segmentation models can help organisations significantly increase Anti-Money Laundering monitoring. It further explains how to blend both quantitative and qualitative methods to identify activity that poses the most risk to a bank.
This white paper explores approaches to model risk management and its challenges. The paper provides a solution to help organisations better manage model risk by establishing risk mitigation and cost reduction strategies..
This white paper examines the interplay between the challenges and opportunities afforded by the growing breadth of digital channels offered by financial institutions. It further explores security solutions, background analytics and personnel for robust fraud protection.
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 describes how the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s current expected credit loss (CECL) guidance further strengthens the foundation, but implementation won’t be easy and many questions remain.
Best Practices of Business- Specific Stress Testing: Advice From the Front Lines of Bank Risk Management
This white paper, which is the second in a two part series, explores best practices gathered from banks that are successfully using bank-specific stress tests to run their business smarter, safer and more profitably.
Elements of business-driven stress testing: Going beyond government-mandated stress testing to generate business-specific insights
This white paper, which is the first in a two part series, investigates going beyond government-mandated stress testing to generate business-specific insights and drive better performance.
This paper examines the current state of stress testing capabilities of banks, with a focus on key areas of weakness – and proposes how banks can address them with strategic investments in new capabilities.
This report provides an independent evaluation and description of leading practices from SAS as well as its competitive position in the market. The report also includes a brief look at key business and regulatory challenges and focuses on the technology landscape for enterprise stress testing.