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New FRTB reporting requirements are fast approaching, and some regions have yet to announce updates. Read teh full blog by Richard Moss, Global Head of Risk Solutions, AxiomSL

AxiomSL won this category on the back of our RegCloud platform and the work we carried out over the last year with a US-based G-Sib, addressing a number of its risk, regulatory data management and reporting deficiencies; the collaboration also included a complex Basel IV capital requirement-focused project.

AxiomSL wins the most innovative third-party technology vendor (data management and data services) category, thanks to an initiative that saw it utilize AWS to deploy its RegCloud (ControllerView via the cloud) offering, allowing its clients to

Claudia Thurner at AxiomSL explains to The Banker’s Kimberley Long how the pandemic has impacted the financial services sector, and what they can do to manage the rising costs of compliance.

As the current global economic situation evolves post Covid-19, financial institutions are being forced to take a critical look at their capital stress testing practices and tackle a ‘double role’ of their own. While institutions simultaneously look back at what they have had to accommodate in past crises

LIBOR was never perfect. Launched by the British Banker’s Association in 1984, LIBOR became the official benchmark interest rate at which banks borrow from one another starting in 1986. Since then, it has gone through many iterations and challenges.

AxiomSL surveyed clients at its annual conference in June on risk and regulatory reporting. Topics included COVID-19's impact on operations, projects, and planning and a two-year outlook on challenges and technology prioritization. Survey respondents represented a cross-section of financial institutions including global systemically important banks, regional banks, and foreign banking

The experience of this global pandemic black-swan event should motivate financial institutions to explore the network of factors that drive liquidity, how these factors impact short-term liquidity and medium-term funding buffers in times of extreme economic stress

The IFR regime, according to the broader Investment Firms Directive (IFD), seeks to create a regulation with requirements that are proportionate to the size of the firms expected to comply, based on designated categories.
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