This white paper explores how firms can satisfy regulators’ calls for interpretability, the sustainable advantages of setting up AI programs and why the often-overlooked route of an open-source code base could be key to maximising efficiency.
This short video offers key insights into the benefits that integrated, front-to-back office platforms provide. Key takeaways include: the buy side’s new challenges; asset class and data complexity; new functionality; and client expectations.
This special report focuses on data management challenges at investment banking and asset management firms—specifically the role chief data officers must play in overseeing complex, long-term data projects.
This white paper aims to better understand how capital markets firms are using data to generate differentiated insights and empower better and faster decision making in the pursuit of alpha.
The Future of Risk Modelling: Taking the risk out of next-generation risk modeling − from data to decision
This white paper explores the complexities and risks inherent in pervasive adoption of risk modelling.
This white paper explores how process improvement through new technology can lead to better integration and transparency, as well as deeper insights across departments.
Unlocking the potential of big data and AI is a must in the increasingly competitive Banking and Financial Services Industry. As FinTech continues to disrupt the industry, AI—and the big data that fuels the applications—will be game-changers for more traditional players. Have you started your AI…
What kind of business partner are you? Check out how finance professionals rate their contributions to the rest of the business-and see how you compare-in the latest report from FSN.
The European Benchmarks Regulation (BMR) has been part of the European capital markets landscape for some time now, but its various tenets continue to throw up challenges for financial services firms within its purview. Initially, it was the buy side under pressure to comply, but now the sell side…
This white paper aims to understand whether and how banks are approaching the assessment of their Credit Spread Risk in the Banking Book (CSRBB), and to identify best practices in preparation for compliance.