Despite increasing demand for technology that makes pricing and trading structured products more efficient, the biggest initiatives in the past year have been the integration of regulatory edicts and the...
Some believe that the major obstacles holding back the capital markets from investing in longevity risk have finally been overcome, and this year could see a step change in the volume of deals done and...
Satisfying the Basel Committee’s principles on risk data aggregation is proving tough, and at least 10 large banks do not expect to meet the 2016 deadline. They complain the principles are not specific...
Insurance Risk and BNY Mellon have conducted a survey to look at how insurance companies are preparing for the new regime and the opportunities and challenges that the changes will bring.
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Hedge fund clients of Barclays can use the bank's own margin calculator to construct their portfolios - while the bank uses it to manage net counterparty exposures. Both sides benefit
Capital and funding efficiency is a new discipline for derivatives desks, and there is a shortage of comprehensive systems - so Lloyds Banking Group teamed up with Markit to build one
A 30-fold increase in its computing grid, enabling coverage of 90% of the bank's derivatives business - a two-year overhaul of the counterparty risk framework at Royal Bank of Scotland wins this year's in-house system award
Insurers are seeking greater granularity of data in modelling to help them assess credit risks more accurately. But increased granularity could lead to greater complexity in modelling, which might be more of a hindrance than a help. Clive Davidson reports...
The start of Europe’s new risk reporting regime was delayed by the drawn-out legislative debate on CRD IV, but that hasn’t given the industry much more time to prepare. Technical detail was published in July, just five months ahead of the 2014 start...
As insurers begin to conduct dry runs of their reporting schedules in preparation for the various conflicting regulations coming into force, it is becoming clear just how difficult compliance is going to be. Clive Davidson reports
While the demands placed on banks’ technology have changed rapidly, the choice of suppliers is less volatile. A host of regionally based players has appeared for the first time on Asia Risk’s technology rankings but the list is still dominated by...
This paper discusses a number of diverse considerations that risk managers need to incorporate into their thought processes and recurring procedures if they are to fulfill their role more effectively in the future
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