- Sidhartha Dash, Research director, Chartis
- Neil Dodgson, Global head, Customer solutions group, IBM
- Moderator: John Anderson, Contributing editor, Risk.net
With two years left to implement the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB), banks of various sizes are finding the task difficult for very different reasons. A Chartis Research and IBM survey undertaken this summer revealed that the three primary barriers to implementing effective solutions for FRTB aggregation and reporting are technology and infrastructure constraints, a lack of clarity on requirements and a lack of available data.
Looking into the survey results, it is clear that whatever challenges banks are facing they are determined to move ahead in embracing the various tenets of FRTB – not only for the inherent regulatory implications but also for the competitive advantage that can be gained through robust solutions and informed strategies.
This webinar examines the results of the survey from several different aspects, including:
- Different approaches to redesigning infrastructure for FRTB
- Risk data aggregation
- Broader implications for banks’ technology strategies