DKB International Goes Live With Brady For Risk Control


LONDON-based DKB International (DKBI), the investment banking subsidiary of Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank, has gone live with the Trinity enterprise-wide risk management system from Cambridge-based vendor Brady.

The bank now plans to implement its own customized value-at-risk system to cope with the expanding range of products in which it trades. It is also implementing Wilco International's Gloss as its new back office bonds system.

Alasdare Lambert, DKBI's head of risk management, says DKBI chose Trinity

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