This research report is based on the results of a survey on the future of data and technology across capital markets.
Only a couple of months into the year, we have been surprised by the coronavirus. How will the recent monetary policy actions and market reaction affect your FY2020 plan and beyond? In this report, MORS Software have called for an extraordinary meeting of their demo bank "IBSM-Bank's” ALCO to…
MORS Software has developed this guide for banks, when selecting a new Treasury Management System (TMS) or Asset Liability Management (ALM) system (or both). The paper also outlines MORS Software’s approach to delivering and implementing Treasury ALM systems.
This white paper examines the key elements of Basil’s updated rules for IRRBB and the effect they will have on a banks’ ALM strategy. It further explores how a well-thought-out tenor mismatch strategy can initially boost net interest income.
This white paper outlines a more holistic approach to ALM modeling that captures a detailed view of both the assets and liabilities and the interactions between them in a common framework.
Asset and Liability Management (ALM) has seen a huge transformation inrecent years. This was mainly caused by regulators and executive boards which pressured banks towards more active management of their balance sheets in order to limit risk.
This glossary is designed to support back and middle office resources in dealing with know your client (KYC), anti-money laundering (AML), Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act(FATCA) and client on-boarding.
The US Treasury Department has announced that it is engaging in discussion with more than 50 countries to develop an intergovernmental approach to the implementation of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act. DLA Piper outlines the background to this development and details the countries involved.
The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act stands to transform the global tax framework and how financial institutions track and report on their clients’ financial assets. With the law slated to come into effect in 2013, its implications and how financial institutions need to prepare is considered.