Enterprise Case Management (ECM) in compliance space is a hot topic today. Institutions are focusing on ECM as a means to achieve productivity gains and win customers. I believe there are three primary drivers for this line of thinking:
- Replacing a detection or transaction/activity monitoring system is costly and risky. (more...)
In my previous blog
on June 12th, I discussed what we can imagine to be a solid foundation to the Risk and Finance initiatives. Obviously, it is not just about the data model and that is the first point I would like to address today.
Many vendors that strive to (more...)
The 15th Annual OpRisk Europe Conference
hosted by Operational Risk & Regulation Magazine
recently took place in London. With record levels of attendees, the conference raised a number of interesting perspectives and discussion points, some of which we've shared below and would love to hear your views on.
On June 3rd, I saw the Gaylord Resort Centre in Washington D.C. become the hub of C level executives and managers of insurance carriers for the IASA 2013 Conference. Insurance Accounting/Regulation and Technology sessions took the focus, but there were plenty of tertiary sessions for career development, which (more...)
In my previous blog, I addressed the new requirements of the new directive of risk data aggregation and risk reporting from the Basel Committee. In many of the banks I meet, the risk function tends to still be seen as a compliance function rather than an active part of (more...)
Risk Managers and Risk Architects were enjoying a slow beginning to the year when the Basel Committee decided to release a new directive of risk data aggregation and risk reporting. Sure enough, no organization had in earnest thought of the right architecture for risk reporting.
So while the new directive (more...)