Market risk solutions 2023: market and vendor landscape

Market risk solutions 2023: market and vendor landscape

A Chartis Research report that examines the structural shifts in enterprise risk systems and the impact of regulations, as well as the available technology. The report considers the universe of banks and broker-dealers (as well as associated services such as prime brokerage and security), looking at how institutional change, regulatory evolution, technology availability and shifts in the role of risk capabilities (including externalisation, more links with clients and risk platforms embedded in specific businesses such as prime brokerages) are changing the demand profile for market risk systems. The evolution of market risk and the various operating pressures driving these shifts are detailed in a series of related reports (covering such areas as pricing and valuation, and accelerator tools), as well as in a broad survey of the evolution of computational techniques in finance.

The Market risk solutions 2023 report also considers the state of Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) implementation, its implications for firms’ balance sheets and capital levels, its enduring effects on banking operations and firms’ technology stacks, and influence on the technology vendor market that is developing to meet its requirements. Also explored is the data challenge at the core of FRTB compliance, and an assessment of the market for risk data aggregation solutions, as well as the various technical strategies being used by competing firms. And, on the buy side, we focus on the rapidly growing market for data and analytics packages to support enterprise market risk management for hedge funds, complex fund conglomerates, insurance firms and other asset managers.

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