This white paper analyses the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB), covering its origins, responsibilities and priorities. The paper further identifies how market participants interpret the reform and examines some of the FRTB’s key issues.
This white paper will cover the origins of the Risk-Weighted Assets ratio and the history of its use in financial analysis. The paper will further showcase its characteristics and behavioural traits, exemplified through a number of theoretical tests.
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.
Interest Rate Risk In The Banking Book – How to manage IRRBB considering the Monetary Policy and the new regulation
This white paper focuses on understanding how current market conditions (low interest rates) can affect banks’ revenues and profitability. The paper further analyses, via simulations on a real portfolio, the impacts of interest rate moves on the Economic Value of Equity and the Earnings at Risk.
This white paper shows the advantages of including internal behavioural models into an institution’s liquidity risk management practices to enhance returns and exploit competitive advantages related to their balance sheet composition, funding structure, and business model.
This white paper aims to outline the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book's key requirements, and how they translate into processes in and around the trading book. It offers suggestions with respect to best practices for the design and development of a platform to meet concerns raised by…
This whitepaper aims to provide clues for optimizing Post-Scoring classification as well as analysing the relationship between the number of classes in a rating scale and the impact on regulatory capital for Low Default Portfolios.
The global financial crisis and the aftermath that continues to unfold have created a justifiable obsession with stress among bankers and supervisors. The sharper focus has made stress testing a key component of the evolving global regulatory framework covering risk control and capital discipline.
Next generation criminal fraud detection: Identifying account takeover and fraudulent transactions to help stop cybercriminals
In today’s ever changing fraud landscape, much of the currently used statistical-based fraud detection methodology is creating significant challenges for both organizations and end users. These statistical models generate high false positive rates and provide a risk score that does not effectively…
Since the 2008 ‘financial crisis’, regulators in virtually every jurisdiction have significantly ‘upped the ante’ in terms of levels of disclosure, granularity, trace-ability and frequency of regulatory reporting requirements.