No longer the ugly underbelly of banks’ inner workings, risk data and its myriad of challenges are now front and center under the regulatory spotlight. It is Data Dependence Day.
Banks who don’t tackle critical risk data and risk data management tasks as part of their Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) and SA-CCR response will put at risk the accuracy of key data that underpins the onerous calculation and reporting requirements of the regulations – From evidencing market data observations and reconciling price observations, to ensuring independent price verifications and making the case for the internal model approach which requires access to a wide range of historical data and proxy risk factors.
These risk data and risk data management tasks will be a major driver for the massive transformation of technology and systems across banking.
Join Aite Group research director Virginie O'Shea and Numerix on Wednesday, November 9, 2016 as Ms. O'Shea explores the risk data challenges presented by FRTB and SA-CCR. She'll narrow in on pain points around aggregation of risk data, and discuss how some firms are approaching them.
Key webinar discussion points will address:
- The state of play in terms of primary challenges that financial institutions are facing when examining the practicalities risk data components of these regulations
- Highlight current inefficiencies that must be overcome in order to comply with risk data requirements
- The ideal framework for regulatory compliance –What does that really look like in reality?
- How some firms are approaching the problem – case examples of banks that have already started down the road. What kinds of teams have been established? What kinds of technologies are in the frame? What hurdles have been faced thus far.
- Key takeaways and lessons learned
Attendance is complimentary, Registration is required. Space is limited, reserve your seat today!
Virginie O’Shea is a research director with Aite Group, heading up the Institutional Securities & Investments practice and covering data management, collateral management, legal entity onboarding, and post-trade technology. She brings to the firm more than 13 years of experience in tracking financial technology developments in the capital markets sector, with a particular focus on regulatory developments and standards.