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Wolters Kluwer – Integrating finance, risk and regulatory reporting through comprehensive data management

Technological innovations are enabling institutions to merge these vital functions into a set of processes to help meet the twin demands of regulatory compliance and a competitive commercial landscape. New technology and fresh thinking about its uses enable institutions to create data management solutions that support closer connections among finance, risk and regulatory reporting, forging processes and structures to keep pace with an ever changing commercial and supervisory environment.

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Wolters Kluwer – RegTech: Helping Your Data Work Smarter and Harder

A mounting regulatory burden may be driving improvements in systems, but the benefits to financial institutions can extend far beyond facilitating compliance if the right technology is employed in creative ways. There is far more to RegTech than simply regulatory technology, or at least there can and should be. RegTech as it is coming to be understood must be disruptive, something qualitatively different from what it’s replacing and not just a somewhat faster and better version of the same thing.

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The report presents snapshots of 14 key countries and territories across APAC region. Each of these profiles cover three major topics: an examination of the most important risks to doing business in a country/territory in the next 10 years, a coverage of complex and evolving risks that would pose serious challenges to businesses and a set of succinct key takeaways for doing businesses in a country/territory.

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The report provides insights regarding the risk landscape for businesses operating in Asia-Pacific- specifically stressing the threats emanating from a lack of infrastructure development as well as from the increasing talent shortages across Asia-Pacific- and by exploring several options to mitigate such risks going forward.


Transforming strategic risk management to realize competitive advantage

This report provides results of the strategic risk management survey that the European Risk Management Council has conducted with Genpact. A large pool of Chief Risk Officers, board members and other senior risk management executives from financial services firms in Europe, Asia-Pacific and Middle East/Africa participated in the survey. In addition, we conducted detailed interviews with 10 selected Chief Risk Officers and senior decision makers to obtain in-depth information about the path of the risk management transformation. Information that we collected during the survey has been analysed and reconciled with our vision of the current and future state of strategic risk management.


SAS – WHITE PAPER “6 Keys to Credit Risk Modeling for the Digital Age”

This SAS White Paper focuses on the emerging role of machine learning and alternative data in credit decision making. Technology advances such as high-performance, in-memory processing and machine learning have redefined the credit risk management. Lenders that capitalize on modern technology to re-engineer their credit risk scoring and decision systems can improve the quality of leads and make better recommendations, while reducing manual activities, maintenance costs and losses.

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SAS – Risk-Aware Finance and the Changing Nature of Credit

Shaken by the financial crisis and shaped by a wave of new rules and regulations, credit – and the risks it carries – is changing. New research by Chartis and SAS highlights how Financial Institutions looking to address the shifting nature of credit must align their finance and risk departments to accurately assess the dynamics of future risks and bolster their budgeting and forecasting capabilities.

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Risk Landscape Review – JUNE 2018

The European Risk Management Council launched its quarterly publication “Risk Landscape Review”. The first edition includes 11 articles dedicated to main topics discussed at the UK Leadership Meeting and written by our speakers. The Q2 2017 edition includes five articles covering macroeconomic, political and liquidity risks as well as cyber security and risk culture.

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Risk Landscape Review – MARCH 2018

The European Risk Management Council has published the Q1 2018 Risk Landscape Review. This edition consists of four articles including a keynote speech “Adapting as Leaders to a Fractured World” of Dr Lee Howell, Managing Director, Head of Global Programming and Member of Managing Board of the World Economic Forum, delivered at 2018 European Leadership Meeting on 8 March 2018.

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Many drivers are shaping the context of risk management today. Macroeconomic headwinds, global geopolitical uncertainty, and ever more frequent and damaging cyber events have been in the vanguard of challenges leading to heightened risk perceptions. At the same time, investment in risk management is under pressure. The changes in banking regulation, to address shortcomings highlighted by the Global Financial Crisis, have transitioned from the uncertainty of planning stages to implementation; these coupled with low productivity growth are pressuring returns.

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