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    Regulatory bodies, central banks and the financial markets in general are putting a substantial degree of trust in firms to show that they are capable of dealing with risks and absorb possible losses without any negative impact for the ongoing support to the market, such as providing liquidity. Find the latest updates and information on stress testing here.

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    IRRBB: The big picture in miniature
    (Published July 18, 2018) This new commentary gives some recommendations on how banks can implement IRRBB with the right approach to benefit other supervisory regimens and boost business efficiency.
    RiskMinds International 2018
    (Seminar December 3-7, 2018) Now in its 25th year, RiskMinds International is the leading event for Risk professionals in the financial industry. Over 650 Risk experts from across the globe attend each year to network and gain fresh perspectives and insights from leading Risk Management practitioners, CROs, academics and industry regulators.
    Making sense of tech and data trends, and delivering value to your institution
    (Recorded Webinar June 6, 2018) Join Chartis and Wolters Kluwer for an insightful webinar to explore finance, risk and regulatory reporting (FRR) technology and data trends, the drive towards greater organizational integration, and how institutions are turning these trends into value.
    FRTB: Viewing Market Risk in a New Light
    (Published May 2, 2018) FRTB will require not only estimating wide-ranging market-related risks in great depth and detail, but also will require sophisticated modeling and forecasting tools, strong data management, and reliable financial analysis. Read our new commentary to explore the many challenges, their impact on banks, and pros and cons of some of the approaches.
    Integrating finance, risk and regulatory reporting through comprehensive data management
    (Published April 25, 2018) The right tech is not enough. While modern RegTech can do a lot to help institutions meet their data management needs and complete stringent reporting requirements, even the best technology will not live up to its promise unless an organization also designs and configures their data management system to serve broader goals.
    General insurers pass stress test
    (Published February 16, 2018) Britain’s general insurance industry has been declared resilient to major stress scenarios, writes Michael Imeson.
    Seizing on stress testing’s strategic potential
    (Published December 6, 2017) This new commentary looks at the way stress testing is evolving, and how this will present not only challenges for financial intuitions but can also play an important strategic role and contribution to business performance.
    IFRS: Insights and Activities
    (Published November 21, 2017) In this article Jeroen Van Doorsselaere, Global Head of Product Management Risk and Finance, discusses IFRS 17 and how the IASB’s push towards greater disclosure gives rise to additional considerations when applying them to insurance standards, including issues such as recognition and derecognition.
    The Year Ahead: Some thoughts on IFRS and other Regulatory Challenges
    (Published January 23, 2017) The pace of regulatory change shows no sign of abating in 2017. Taking an integrated approach and exploring RegTech solutions may offer some relief, but a thorough understanding of the problem is required before you can solve it. So what are the regulatory changes that firms need to explore and what will be the impact?
    Quarterly Update December 2016
    (Recorded Webinar December 13, 2016) Our quarterly webinar keeps you up to date with the latest research into the major risk, finance, and regulatory issues impacting financial services professionals around the world. As usual, the webinar included expert opinion about the business implications of these changes and developments. The first webinar will include the latest regulations in APAC and EMEA; the second will cover those affecting EMEA and Americas.
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