This white paper addresses the reasons driving voluntary clearing of emerging market swaps, including the counterparty, capital and operational efficiencies.
This white paper explores how IFRS 9 can unite risk and accounting. It further examines how ensuring effective communication and collaboration will be key to achieving this and for getting the best from the new standard.
This eBook explores five key areas of risk management that can help transform the way in which organisations understand and manage risk. It further provides real-world examples to show how IBM solutions can help you deliver demonstrable business value and achieve your full potential.
This white paper explores a comprehensive framework for IFRS 9, Stress Testing and ICAAP probabilities of default (PD) calculation. It further addresses some of the main problems arising in developing PDs for regulatory purposes and how to overcome these challenges.
This white paper explores the Global Bankruptcy Report, which represents world-wide trends of organisational insolvency. It provides in-depth analysis on 38 countries, individually and as separate regions to provide an index of real international economic conditions.
This white paper explores managing and monitoring a single view of concentrated risk. It examines the need for tools that can streamline credit risk management systems and create a single enterprise-wide view of risk as an early warning system against future crises.
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.
Prime-of-prime solutions – Sustainable solutions and evaluating means of access to credit in foreign exchange markets
Based on a survey of global FX market participants, this white paper explores the preferences, needs and attitudes clients and the broader FX market have in relation to tiered credit intermediation.
Are Internal Credit Models for Structured Securities Going Away? An Analysis of the Recent Basel Consultative Document
This white paper focuses on the proposed changes and their implications for calculating credit risk capital, as well as the proposal’s integration with Basel’s other recent revisions and upcoming initiatives. The paper also discusses what next steps are expected with regard to this proposal.
This white paper will review some of the most important model governance considerations, including how to approach new modeling needs, key differences between models for CECL and models for AIRB and DFAST, and the differing expectations for less complex banks.