Risk Management Systems Insights


Evolution not revolution: How better customer data is at the heart of insurtech

14th November 2017

Company: SSP
It's often said we are on the brink of a technological revolution, where every aspect of our lives will be changed beyond recognition by AI and other high-tech developments. All this talk about the big tomorrow makes it seem that someone will throw a giant switch whereby technology is not relevant one day, and then is the next. This is, of... read more

Bob’s guide to… risk management systems: Your implementation questions answered

9th November 2017

Company: bobsguide
This final article in our risk management systems guide will look at the struggle of implementing risk management solutions with expert insight as well as a case study provided by a risk vendor. This ultimate article in the bob’s guide to risk management systems has sought to enlighten and clarify the risk management acquisition... read more

Why AI and blockchain technology is set to converge with intelligent contracts

3rd November 2017

Company: Seal Software
Technology is an ever-moving target. That’s how I’ve described it to my children, adding that it’s also one of the most demanding working environments, because every few weeks or months you need to understand and account for new technologies changing the nature of IT. In other industries, such as the medical profession,... read more

Getting to grips with GDPR: Record-keeping, data erasure and client offboarding

2nd November 2017

Company: Fenergo
On May 25th, 2018, a mere eight months away, the biggest overhaul of EU data protection law will come into force for all EU Member States with the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). GDPR will impose substantial financial penalties on firms who fail to meet the new rules on the management of personal data of EU... read more

Macro prudential stress testing: Monitoring the financial system Pt.2

31st October 2017

Company: Prometeia
EU-wide stress tests of the EBA chiefly represent a micro prudential and severe assessment of the solvency of the individual banks monitored by the ECB, useful for preventive actions in specific situations. This is an extremely useful test, although insufficient per se from the perspective of the supervisory authorities. As explained... read more

How regtech is creating new relationships between global service providers and technology firms in the search for revenue

30th October 2017

Company: Confluence
On a recent flight home after a client meeting, I found myself thinking about what is really motivating global financial services companies in their decision-making around technology and regulatory compliance. In the highly competitive third-party administrator space, I think one of the primary motivators is the fear of revenue loss (really,... read more

Regtech and financial inclusion: "For Millennials opening a bank account online is a no-brainer"

26th October 2017

Company: bobsguide
Onfido CEO and co-founder, Husayn Kassai, talks to bobsguide about the regtech disruption, how machines are better at detecting fraud than humans and his crusade for financial inclusion. How did you find your way to founding Onfido? Initially, my co-founders and I had experience verifying identity documents meant for an offline world. The... read more

Macro prudential stress testing: "Monitoring" the European financial system

25th October 2017

Company: Prometeia
The most original innovations often stem from necessity or are born for the purposes of overcoming unforeseen difficulties. This is the case for macro prudential stress tests, namely a set of analysis techniques used by financial supervisory authorities since the great global financial crisis in 2007-2009. This approach has resulted in the... read more

LCR and NSFR simulation: A core component of a holistic liquidity risk management approach

23rd October 2017

Company: zeb
Bernhard Kretschmar Senior Manager, zeb Frankfurt & Sebastian Lesslhumer Manager, zeb Vienna “Liquidity is crucial to the ongoing viability of any banking organisation”.  This statement was made by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) in 2006. During the financial crisis, it... read more