March 5, 2018

Global Risk Management Systems & Suppliers Report 2018 –

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Risk Management Systems & Suppliers Report” report has been added to’s offering.

Risk management is clearly to the forefront in most banks and is an area for investment. There are various tactical and strategic approaches, plus a range of proven systems to facilitate compliance and reduce risk.

The Risk Management Systems & Suppliers Report from the publisher studies the building blocks for enterprise risk management, from both an architectural and third party software perspective. It looks in detail at the offerings, including an overview, their evolution, functionality, partners, strategy, user experiences and example users. Each profile also includes extensive product functionality data, technical specifications and customer details.

The Risk Management Systems & Suppliers Guide covers:

  • Strengths
  • Weaknesses
  • Product offerings
  • Evolution
  • Strategies
  • Customer input

It provides the full risk management industry story, thereby allowing banks and other interested parties to understand the market and make informed decisions.

Key Topics Covered:

1 About the Risk Management Systems & Suppliers Guide

2 Overview: New regulations and implications

3 Risk Management Systems Performance – SLT

4 Vendor Overview

5 Suppliers and systems profiled

  • D+H Corporation – CreditQuest
  • Fernbach – FlexFinance
  • GoldenSource – 360 EDM
  • Hitec Labs – PolicyHub, Ten Risk Manager
  • IBM Algorithmics – Algo Suite
  • Kamakura – Kamakura Risk Manager (KRM), Kamakura Risk Information Services (KRIS), Kamakura Online Processing Services (KOPS), Kamakura Risk Consulting Services
  • Lombard Risk – LISA, Reporter, REG-Reporter, Colline
  • Loxon – Loxon Risk Suite
  • IHS Markit – Markit EDM
  • Misys – Misys FusionRisk
  • OpenGamma – OpenGamma Platform
  • Oracle FSS – Revelus, Financials Accounting Hub
  • SAP – Bank Analyzer
  • SAS – SAS Risk Management for Banking
  • Sopra Steria – Sopra Banking Platform Compliance
  • FIS(Sungard) – Adaptiv
  • FIS(Sungard) – Ambit Risk & Performance
  • TMX Technology Solutions – Razor
  • Wolters Kluwer Financial Services – OneSumX

6 Why an enterprise architecture?

7 The need for a strategic approach to risk

8 The data challenge

9 Coordinating data for regulatory and accounting purposes

10 Optimisation and skillsets

11 Risk management technology

12 Puting risk and finance theory into practice

13 The finance architecture options – overview

14 The data model

15 The super-ledger

16 The data repository

17 Conclusion

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