German bank WestLB has gone live with Credient, SunGard Trading & Risk Systems' credit risk software package.
German bank WestLB has gone live with Credient, SunGard Trading & Risk Systems’ credit risk software package.
Operational risk management (ORM) is now under the spotlight with banks realising that there are savings to be made, according to a recent survey by SunGard Trading and Risk Systems. SunGard also found that Basel II is a significant driver for ORM projects.
SunGard Trading and Risk Systems, an operating group of SunGard (NYSE: SDS), and SymphonyRPM today announced that SunGard has acquired the WhiteLight Basel II solution and as a result, WhiteLight's SymphonyRPM development team.
When Basel II was first proposed in 1999, credit risk models lagged way behind market risk models. But that's changed, which means we need less prescriptive rules for determining credit risk capital.
SunGard Market Data Services (MDS) has signed an agreement to acquire historical data and data management software vendor Fame Information Services.
Germany's HypoVereinsbank (HVB) has formed a new partnership with Front Capital Systems, the Swedish trading systems operating unit of SunGard. It will result in close collaboration between the two companies in IT development.
A dramatic change in banking regulation has been the move from prescriptive procedures towards 'best practice' risk management. Disagreements about how quickly the new approach can be applied to credit risk is central to arguments about revising Basel...
Rabobank will implement Credient MC2, a credit risk measurement package owned by SunGard Trading and Risk Systems, as a cheaper alternative than investing in a new credit system infrastructure.
You are invited to join SunGard and Financial Insights on the 18th November 2003 for a webinar on how to organise and manage your balance sheet data in preparation for Basel II.
China's financial institutions have realised the need to apply best practice in managing risk, and have been implementing cutting-edge risk management systems. But there are challenges in obtaining reliable data, writes Clive Davidson.
SunGard Trading and Risk Systems has updated its Basel II CD to reflect events up to and including October.
Japan’s Sumitomo Corporation has installed FNX’s Sierra System to support its strategy of complete straight-through processing (STP) for its commodities, exchange-traded products and swap-trading operations.
SunGard Energy Systems, an operating group of Pennsylvania-based SunGard, plans to offer a single integrated suite of energy risk and trading systems called Entegrate.
Too often, finance professionals manifest a smug sense of superiority towards their peers in manufacturing. In this third column in a series, David Rowe argues that when it comes to operational risk management, the manufacturing sector has much to teach...
New York-based Luminary Capital Management, a global macro hedge fund, has gone live with technology provider FNX’s Sierra trade management system.
The UK's Financial Services Authority (FSA) was planning an intimate get-together at London's Café Royal to discuss Basel implementation. But massive interest meant a change of venue to accommodate the 500 people who eventually came.
Risk technology company FNX has added a real-time ‘treasury blotter’ to measure portfolio risk to its Sierra risk system.
Regulators in the United States have been voicing their concerns about Basel II for some time. But now banks elsewhere are also opposing some of the proposals.
One disappointing aspect of the Basel II deliberations has been the lack of any proposed change in the treatment of counterparty credit exposures. David Rowe argues that recent dialogue between the Basel Committee and industry representatives offers hope...
Pennsylvania-based PNC Financial Services Group (PNC) is set to implement SunGard Trading and Risk Management's BancWare Convergence product for asset/liability and balance-sheet management.
Energy companies are not alone in having to review their operations to comply with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Energy software suppliers, too, are looking at their systems, although most are confident they are already well prepared, finds Clive Davidson