Capacity

A helping hand – Addressing industry concerns

The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s final revisions to the FRTB guidelines aim to address industry concerns around complexity and capital implications. A forum of industry leaders discusses whether the changes have been effective and how banks…

The RPA revolution

Doug Wendler, chief executive of Machina Automation, explains the increasing popularity and uptake of robotic process automation (RPA), focusing on how it has recently evolved and how it is expected to continue this evolution, and whether RPA’s…

Making machine learning work for AML

Banks’ anti-money laundering teams are starting to utilise machine learning to combat financial criminals. Risk hosted a webinar in association with NICE Actimize to explore whether these bots can be trusted

Keeping up with cloud adoption

Risk.net convened a webinar in collaboration with Murex to explore how, as more financial institutions move to the cloud, they can get the most out of their technology investments

Compliance preparations amid uncertain rules

A forum of industry leaders discusses how banks will define individual trading desks under FRTB, whether BCBS 239 compliance projects can help banks meet FRTB risk data challenges, which model validation obstacles banks still face and other key topics

Embracing the sea change to come with FRTB

Firms have until 2021 to implement FRTB, and those yet to begin compliance efforts risk putting themselves at a disadvantage. EY‘s financial services risk partners Shaun Abueita and Sonja Koerner explore the current level of readiness within the industry…

Safeguarding liquidity in a changing environment

Nick Gant, head of fixed income prime brokerage for Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific at Societe Generale Prime Services, discusses banks’ evolving responsibilities for providing liquidity in a post-financial crisis environment in which…

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