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Banks seek new value for their efforts

As regulatory stress tests evolve and a new age of stress-testing approaches, firms are looking to maximise value by making the most of scenario-based analytics. John Voigt, principal solutions manager at SAS, explores the importance to institutions of…

A tech-driven transformation

A panel of experts explores how greater collaboration between risk and finance teams can garner significant benefits and add value, how technological innovation is making the regulatory landscape more complicated to navigate and produce transformative…

Risk and finance – Better together

Changing regulations and new accounting standards are creating enormous challenges for financial organisations. Thorsten Hein, principal product marketing manager, risk research and quantitative solutions at SAS, explores why, to successfully meet these…

Machine learning governance

The ability of machine learning models to read great quantities of unstructured data, spot patterns and translate it into actionable information is driving a significant uptake in the technology. David Asermely, SAS MRM global lead, highlights the need…

The evolving relationship between finance and risk

Increased regulatory requirements that are expanding the necessity for chief financial officers to be proficient in regulations and advanced big data analytics have seen the relationship with chief risk officers develop to facilitate co-operation as…

IFRS 9/CECL Special Report 2017

Implementation of International Financial Reporting Standard 9 (IFRS 9) on January 1, 2018 – just over three months away – will mark a sea change in centuries-old accounting conventions, and will force banks to dramatically increase provisioning against…

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