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    Tech, cloud, data and compliance – addressing the challenges of smaller financial institutions in APAC
    (Published March 25, 2019) Smaller firms may be aware of the need for automation of regulatory reporting, but some remain hesitant to take the plunge. Read this new commentary to explore some of the challenges that have been holding small banks and FIs back, and the opportunities that forward-thinking firms have been able to grasp.
    The Last Word on Basel III: Integration
    (Published March 5, 2019) This paper examines some of the interconnections that banks need to think about (FRTB, credit risk, CVA, output floor, other elements of CRD V, etc.), and considers the likely impact on organizational structure, systems, and approach to implementation.
    SA-CCR: The importance of integration
    (Published February 11, 2019) Read our latest commentary as we look at the challenges of SA-CCR and how integration can help institutions reach new levels of insight into trends in risk and on the balance sheet.
    Identifying Needs and Wants in an FRR Solution
    (Published January 30, 2019) This commentary explores how the move towards more data-driven regulation is causing banks to rethink their FRR data management processes. Various business models, business cultures, technology stacks, etc.
    When IFRS standards goes beyond traditional accounting
    (Published December 24, 2018) In its last board meeting The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) discussed matters which are reinforcing its mission statement. As a reminder its mission is to “to develop IFRS Standards that bring transparency, accountability and efficiency to financial markets around the world. Our work serves the public interest by fostering trust, growth and long-term financial stability in the global economy.”
    Basel III Minimum Capital Requirements for Market Risk (FRTB): a Practical Example for Implementing the Default Risk Charge of Non-Securitizations (Part II)
    (Published December 04, 2018) Basel III Minimum Capital Requirements for Market Risk (FRTB). This commentary discusses practical steps for implementing the Default Risk Charge of Non-Securitizations
    The dangers of ‘DIY’: Why banks may struggle with in-house solutions to CECL compliance
    (Published October 22, 2018) Will Newcomer explores why banks building in-house only solutions to CECL compliance may face significant challenges over the long haul.
    Regulatory Relief in the U.S: A Wolters Kluwer View
    (Published September 24, 2018) Wolters Kluwer experts Dries Verboven and Linda Jamison advise on how adopting an integrated regulatory compliance and reporting program will help banks adapt to continued regulatory scrutiny despite recent regulatory relief in the U.S.
    CRD V may be here by the end of the year: banks need to act now
    (Published August 14, 2018) The inner workings of the EU Council don’t tend to attract much attention. However, one apparently innocuous sentence in a statement issued from a late June meeting of EU leaders warrants careful consideration by banks.
    Basel III Minimum Capital Requirements for Market Risk (FRTB): a Practical Example for Implementing the Standardized Approach (Part I)
    (Published July 27, 2018) Basel III Minimum Capital Requirements for Market Risk (FRTB). This commentary discusses practical steps for implementing the Standardized Approach.
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