Largest Greek bank deploys risk technology

By the time the final installations are in place – by the end of 2002 – analysts believe NBG should lay claim to the most comprehensive risk management system in Greece. The initial phase of the Risk Watch roll-out is scheduled to take place in early 2002, followed by the completion of phases two and three.

The bank, which has some 33,000 corporate clients, currently uses a proprietary system to support back-office treasury functions, and also an in-house developed value-at-risk model incorporated for trading, counterparty and liquidity risk. The group’s day-to-day asset liability and credit and operational risk management is handled by the bank’s treasury and internal audit departments respectively.

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