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Risk Management

The Dog and the Boomerang: in defence of regulatory complexity

Joseph Noss and David Murphy

11th OTC Derivatives Summit: The Annual Meeting of the Global Fixed Income Institute at Pennyhill Park Hotel

The OTC Derivatives Summit of the Global Fixed Income Institute is an annual event which has now been running for over ten years. Those in the know refer to the Summit informally as the Pennyhill Park event – where a group of the most senior buy- and sell-side individuals debate (in private) the latest challenges running an OTC derivatives business.

Webinar Video Recording Available

On the 30th of March Razor Risk broadcast a webinar explaining the background to FRTB, the timeline for readiness, and showed a live demo of our platform

Risk Americas 2017: 15% Discount for OTC Space Readers

America’s leading and premier risk and regulation Convention returns to the New York Hilton Midtown over four days: OTC Space registered readers can access a 15% discount code.

Don't miss this: Achieve FRTB compliance quickly and cost effectively: Live Demo Webinar

Razor Risk will also provide high level demonstrations of their “off the shelf” solution that will sit between existing Market Risk and Front Office pricing tools so that the firm can maintain BAU processes whilst preparing for the Fundamental changes that BCBS 352 will require. The Webinar is targeted at all involved stakeholders, bringing together the major drivers behind Business Users (Risk Managers), Front Office Capital Consumers, FRTB Programme Managers and Technology Implementation Teams whether the firm is going for a Standardised Approach (SA) or a combination of SA and Internal Model Approvals (IMA).

Risk EMEA 2017: 15% Discount for OTC Space Readers

With three streams running throughout the day, including 'Fundamental Review of the Trading Book', 'Capital Management', and 'Credit Risk'. OTC Space registered readers can access a 15% discount on registration.

SIMM: tackling the initial margin obligation in OTC derivatives

Regulatory reforms following the financial crisis have tested banks’ ability to adapt and fundamentally changed business models. The Standard Initial Margin Model (SIMM) is another addition that could reshape many derivatives trading and risk management practices. In this article, Sapient Global Markets’ Thomas Schiebe and Sendi Cigura in partnership with Patrice Touraine and Matthieu Maurice of Global Market Solutions look at what it means for banks and how they must tackle a new wave of data and technology challenges.  

Augment existing infrastructure to achieve FRTB compliance quickly and cost effectively. Join our webinar for a live demo of the Razor FRTB solution.

Razor Risk will also provide high level demonstrations of their “off the shelf” solution that will sit between existing Market Risk and Front Office pricing tools so that the firm can maintain BAU processes whilst preparing for the Fundamental changes that BCBS 352 will require. The Webinar is targeted at all involved stakeholders, bringing together the major drivers behind Business Users (Risk Managers), Front Office Capital Consumers, FRTB Programme Managers and Technology Implementation Teams whether the firm is going for a Standardised Approach (SA) or a combination of SA and Internal Model Approvals (IMA).

The current state of risk management

Normans post below refers to a survey of 641 risk management professionals. His analysis of the results and the comments make an interesting read. Does your firm have a Risk Management Strategy which informs key decision makers? Bill

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