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Embracing the sea change to come with FRTB

Firms have until 2021 to implement FRTB, and those yet to begin compliance efforts risk putting themselves at a disadvantage. EY‘s financial services risk partners Shaun Abueita and Sonja Koerner explore the current level of readiness within the industry…

Beyond Libor special report 2018

Financial markets are sitting on a time bomb. In just over three years’ time, the rate that underpins $350 trillion of financial contracts could disappear. Whether by choice or by regulatory force, transition away from discredited Libor rates is…

Asia embraces intelligent automation

Asia’s adoption of new tools and processes has gained significant momentum, with increased automation now a primary focus for many financial firms. Paul Worthy, head of Japan at Tradeweb, explores how this change has come about, and how firms can use the…

Is Libor going away?

Amid widespread expectation that Libor will soon be discontinued, questions are being asked around whether the transitioning towards risk-free rates will prove too onerous to achieve. Christopher Dias, principal, advisory, at KPMG, explores whether the…

RFR valuation challenges

A new system of interest rate benchmarks for all major currencies is emerging. These new benchmarks will replace interbank funding rates with risk-free rates (RFR). This article by LPA focuses on valuation challenges during the transitional period to new…

Risked revenue: The challenges facing energy traders

Energy traders — both in financial and physical markets — face many trials as they enter and exit positions for either speculative or risk management solutions for hedging purposes. Geopolitical risk has been gaining in prominence, but the complex and…

Preparing for the initial margin phase-in

Requirements for the mandatory exchange of initial margin are expected to be time‑consuming and laborious to implement. David White, head of sales at triResolve, discusses the lessons learned from in‑scope firms, obstacles to achieving compliance and how…

Defining the next generation of GRC

Firms are now under pressure to significantly transform governance, risk and compliance processes. Traditional mechanisms of effective risk management and regulatory compliance are fast becoming outdated. New technologies such as machine learning and…

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