Operational risk software vendors say the market is shaping up, but is this view still too optimistic? By Dianne See Morrison
The back office has found it difficult to keep up with front-office trading, prompting a warning by the FSA over the level of unsigned confirmations in the credit derivatives market earlier this year. Banks are now looking to improve the automation of...
The EU's Markets in Financial Instruments Directive has been described as one of the most far-reaching overhauls of the financial industry ever. But with Basel II dominating the headlines, few firms have yet started to prepare in earnest for the 2007...
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As the European carbon market continues to grow, so too do some unique challenges: not least the gap between retail and wholesale players and the problem of counterparty credit risk. Oliver Holtaway reports
A growing number of banks have implemented grid technology for their risk management and derivatives trading businesses, allowing them to borrow spare capacity from dormant computers to process complex tasks in a fraction of the time. By Clive Davidson
Adding to the success of Energy Risk Europe in March, last month’s Energy Risk USA conference raised some lively debate. ERM, credit risk and the problems facing quant analysts were among the hot topics. Oliver Holtaway reports
MONTE CARLO – Ryozo Himino, secretary general of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, called on bankers and regulators to engage in a constructive dialogue to achieve the dream of real enterprise-wide risk management, in a keynote speech at the...
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Italian banks have overhauled the risk management of their loan portfolios. But weaknesses still remain, particularly in the area of risk-adjusted pricing and credit risk transfer. Rachel Wolcott looks at what steps Italy’s banks are taking to fill...
The ability to execute large currency trades is one of the key components in winning new FX business from corporates and institutional clients, according to latest research from Greenwich Associates.
A panel of hedge fund risk officers disputed the need for increased transparency in the industry today during a debate held at Risk ’s Global Risk Summit in Monte Carlo.