Managing the exposure challenge

Mass financial shocks – including Enron and Argentina – are forcing banks to disclose more information, faster, about their credit exposures to satisfy skittish investors. How are banks’ technology infrastructures coping with this challenge?

How fast is fast enough when it comes to figuring out an overall picture of credit risk exposure to a distressed company at an international bank? That’s the question many top bank credit risk and information technology executives are asking themselves in the wake of several high-profile bankruptcies. These bankruptcies have left more than one firm seemingly caught short when asked for an immediate full accounting of their exposure to troubled firms by investors and regulators.

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