Standard Bank Launches Credit Risk Project

The Standard Bank Group , based in South Africa, is using the Adaptiv Credit Risk solution from SunGard Trading and Risk Systems (Stars) to build a common platform for credit risk processing for all its wholesale corporate and investment banking activities. Using SunGard’s South African hosting center, it will roll out the solution on an application service provider (ASP) basis.</p

The project is being rolled out in three phases. The first phase will include interest rate derivatives, foreign exchange derivatives, commodities and precious metal trading books, and is due to go live in March 2006. Phase two will include fixed-income securities and the banking book, and is due for completion in February 2007. The third phase is due for completion in September 2007 and will include credit derivatives, equity derivatives, exotics, and securitization type products.

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