This white paper presents a set of considerations based on findings from a recent survey conducted by the Enterprise Data Management (EDM) Council, in order to help organizations achieve operational success.
In an exclusive WatersTechnology survey of senior financial technology decision-makers, 40 percent of respondents say they have been on existing platforms for more than 10 years, and to succeed in a changing market and meet expectations from customers and regulators alike, firms will benefit from…
This white paper explores the uses for Credit Valuation Adjustment (CVA) in meeting the ever changing regulation and reporting requirements.
This white paper discusses five common pitfalls of financial crime prevention and looks at ways to strategically approach it. The paper further explains the benefits of applying a strategic approach to financial crime prevention.
This white paper examines how the economic capital framework can be used as a component of an integrated capital management framework to make financial risk management decisions and manage the shortcomings of regulatory capital.
This white paper explores the requirements of AnaCredit and discusses key challenges such as missing data, aggregating information and establishing a robust reporting system.
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.
Pursuing the ideal reference data utility: Best responses to business drivers and management complexities
This special report includes a virtual roundtable by thought leading professionals, drawing on the latest and most relevant news. The report also gives an in-depth insight into a new approach to reference data management.
This white paper discusses how compliance to AML regulation is becoming an increasing force in Asia-Pacific countries and the possible challenges that financial institutions may endure.
Financial institutions today are finding their businesses becoming increasingly heterogeneous and, in response, are seeking greater flexibility in their risk management systems and practices.