Four key questions financial institutions should be asking their technology partners
Resilience is a critical characteristic of financial systems. There will always be difficulties, just like there will always be another crisis. There are four questions that financial institutions should be asking of their technology partners to ensure their systems are resilient: is your solution integrated, future-proof, focused and transparent?
RISK LIVE VIRTUAL WEEK
Watch a series of live and exclusive digital presentations, panels and interviews covering the most pressing issues facing risk managers today that took place during our virtual week at the beginning of July.
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Risk Live 2019
Last year, Risk Live 2019 gave attendees cutting edge insights to help their businesses stay ahead. From AI, to risktech, DLT, quantum computing, Libor and beyond. Here’s a snap-shot of the content we produced from the discussions at Risk Live 2019:
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Risk.net’s review of 2019: Shaken, not stirred
Look back with us on last year’s biggest stories – and those with greatest potential to shape the coming 12 months.
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Bloomberg article | 2022: a market risk odyssey
A great way to stake a claim on the future is to lead with a date: think 1984 or 2001: A Space Odyssey. The January 2019 edition of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s (BCBS) Document 457, Minimum Capital Requirements for Market Risk, leads with a date in the very first sentence...
Equality = innovation: Accenture gender equality research report
Innovation equals survival. It’s well documented that in this age of widespread disruption, companies must innovate continuously, creating new markets, experiences, products, services, content or processes. So how can leaders encourage innovation? It’s more than recruiting the brightest minds. While having the best talent is clearly an asset, people need the right culture to flourish.
Cost of Compliance Report 2019
Thomson Reuters is excited to join Risk Live as a key partner. Visit our exhibition stand where we will be launching our 10th Annual Regulatory Intelligence Cost of Compliance Report. Learn about the key highlights from our industry renowned report directly from the experts during two live speaking sessions.
The report gives an unparalleled insight into the challenges facing risk and compliance officers in financial services firms around the world. Register your details and be the first to receive the report straight to your inbox on 27th June.
Demystifying artificial intelligence in risk and compliance
Many in the financial services industry don't yet have a straightforward guide to AI techniques and making them work.
A recent report by Chartis provides just this, and we are pleased to offer you free access to the report here.
Regulatory compliance & reporting
Counting and cutting the cost of compliance is a never-ending mission, and financial institutions continue to strive to adjust the organisational levers of compliance cost.
Download your complimentary copy of Chartis' report here to ensure that your organisation is up to date with latest best practice.
A layer above: gauging cloud's latest promise for financial services applications
Cloud technology’s presence is booming, yet its adoption has mainly been incremental. Based on research conducted by IBM in association with Risk.net, this whitepaper explores firms’ general progress towards cloud transformation and what factors are likely to accelerate cloud adoption.
The evolution of GRC – New tools for the first line of defence
This white paper explores how, in the rapidly changing global financial markets, next-generation governance, risk and compliance solutions are empowering growing numbers of organisations and business users to make risk-aware decisions and increase process efficiency and effectiveness.
AI in RegTech: a quiet upheaval
In certain disciplines, AI could have a transformative impact, but only if users properly familiarise themselves with how it work.
This complimentary report from Chartis helps risk professionals across RegTech assess the value of AI.
Chartis Big Bets 2019
Information is power, and many FS professionals struggle to predict what the "next big thing" will be. Make sure you keep pace with tech developments in the industry, download Chartis’ annual prediction of the top trends shaping risktech markets.