Cloud technology potentially offers insurers an efficient way to undertake the huge amount of actuarial and risk modelling calculations that need to be performed. But with concerns around data security...
Hedge funds are struggling to meet the technological challenges of increased regulatory compliance and investor demand for detailed reports as the role of the chief technology officer changes.
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Rapid technological advances mean that financial institutions in Asia are looking to cloud computing solutions as an alternative to investing in internal infrastructure. But regulators around the region are cautious about the potential pitfalls involved...
Costs and regulatory and investor pressure mean outsourcing non-core operational factors has become common. Concerns over security remain one of the biggest hurdles for hedge funds and cloud vendors.
Driven by changes to global banking regulations such as Basel III, technology vendors are touting new solutions for liquidity risk management. But are Asian banks biting?
Derivatives markets remain hugely complex, although not in the same way as they were before the crisis. Technology vendors need to adapt their systems to meet the changing landscape, and artificial intelligence could be the next big step
Energy trading and risk management (ETRM) systems tend to have far better ‘ET’ than ‘RM’ functionality, a problem that will only be magnified by the move towards increased regulatory oversight, writes Chris Strickland in the third article of this...
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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