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Credit Impacts of COVID-19 from S&P Global Market Intelligence

At S&P Market Intelligence, we continue to assess the global economic and credit effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.  You can find all relevant research and insights across regions and industries within Credit Risk Perspectives which provides risk professionals with the tools and resources to navigate the challenges of measuring and managing credit risk across the enterprise and adapt to the ever-changing scope of the role.

  • – Read the latest insights that assess the impact COVID-19 has on credit risk
  • – Get the insights that tackle the timely issues that senior credit risk professionals face today with case studies, reports, blogs and more
  • – Have the opportunity to hear insights from our thought leaders in the credit risk space.

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Risk Landscape Review – March 2020

The European Risk Management Council has published the Q1 2020 Risk Landscape Review. This edition includes the following articles:

  • “It’s called risk management for a reason” by Alex Knight, EMEA Head at Baton Systems, focuses on risks related to the financial payment and settlement process.
  • “Climate change is a global financial risk” authored by Oliver Wyman. It focuses on the interpretation of climate change risk and opportunities that can be exploited using risk mitigating strategy.
  • “Cyber resilience – an essential component of overall business resilience” by written Margarete McGrath, Chief Digital Officer UK and Ireland at Dell Technologies, and Michael Imeson, Senior Content Editor at Financial Times Live. The article addresses cyber risk in connection with business resilience.


Risk Landscape Review – December 2019

The European Risk Management Council has published the Q4 2019 Risk Landscape Review. This edition includes the following articles:

– “TCFD: Global Progress Report for the Banking Sector” by BCS Consulting.  It provides key findings from the first comprehensive report on climate-related financial disclosures;

– “In corporate risk, data is not the answer – insights are ” by Dataminr. The article discusses risk, data and decision making;

Q4 2019 Updates on UK and APAC Risk Sentiment Indies – Risk Council collected fresh data from surveys and presents its key findings.   


Risk Landscape Review – June 2019:

The European Risk Management Council has published the Q2 2019 Risk Landscape Review. This edition consists of three articles:

– “Seize the Opportunity” by Andrew Husband, a financial services consulting partner at KPMG UK;

– “UK Risk Sentiment Index: Finally, it’s a downward trend, but for how long?” An update on the national UK index based on recent surveys of Chief Risk Officers conducted by European Risk Management Council;

– “APAC Risk Sentiment Index: The story remains the same” An update on APAC index based on surveys conducted in Hong Kong and Singapore;


Risk Landscape Review – MARCH 2019

The European Risk Management Council has published the Q1 2019 Risk Landscape Review. This edition consists of three articles:

– “Culture and Conduct: Progress and Opportunities” by Elizabeth St-Onge and Edward Emanuel, Partners of Oliver Wyman;

– “Weathering the STORM”, a special report of Chartis Research

– “Making sense of the turkeys’ vote for Christmas”, an update on the UK Risk Sentiment Index, produced by the European Risk Management Council.


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.


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.



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.



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.


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