Novation

A tech-driven transformation

A panel of experts explores how greater collaboration between risk and finance teams can garner significant benefits and add value, how technological innovation is making the regulatory landscape more complicated to navigate and produce transformative…

Risk and finance – Better together

Changing regulations and new accounting standards are creating enormous challenges for financial organisations. SAS explores why, to successfully meet these new requirements, organisations need to rethink the way they operate

Tech innovation in securities trade processing

Ramprasad Sandilya, vice-president of strategic solutions at Broadridge, discusses the challenges facing clients in securities trade processing and the firm’s four-point plan for future technological innovation.

Making technology count in a C/ETRM world

As businesses grow, so does their need for modern, agile and cost-effective commodity/energy trading risk management (C/ETRM) solutions. Pioneer Solutions explores how its next-generation, highly configurable C/ETRM systems take advantage of the latest…

The future of operational risk management

As the efficiency of operational risk management remains a top priority and pressure to maximise value increases, emerging technology could prove crucial. Nitish Idnani, leader of oprisk management services at Deloitte, explores how the oprisk management…

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

Fundamentals fuelling smart beta in China

As Chinese equity markets mature and become increasingly driven by fundamentals, the time is right for international investors to invest in smart beta strategies, say Vincent Yam, head of trading, and Weiwei Wang, senior derivatives trader at Guotai…

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