Our research and analysis on Operational Risk & Security
The following in-depth pieces represent our archive of research and analysis on Operational Risk & Security.
Proactive bank risk discovery take on increased importance
Date: Feb 26, 2014 | Author: Research
Proceedings report from The Asian Banker’s Risk Management Dialogue 2014, on the key elements of an integrated risk management framework.
Deutsche Bank claims enhanced data analytics processes helped boost reporting capabilities
Date: Jan 10, 2014 | Author: Bertrand Pigeon
The bank’s dbARRT programme leveraged on flexibility and robustness of AxiomSL’s data management framework to provide a holistic solution actively embraced by users.
Bank Mandiri claims ERM solution implementation facilitated greater capital efficiency
Date: Jan 07, 2014 | Author: Foo Boon Ping
The bank's integrated risk management system enabled it to compute capital adequacy more effectively, improve capital planning, define its risk appetite and set risk limits.
“Regulatory procedures no roadblock to innovation”
Date: Nov 20, 2013 | Author: Bertrand Pigeon
Kris Kumar, SVP at Digital Realty, discusses MAS’ revised Technology Risk Management Guidelines, and the resultant impact on data centre provider-FI partnerships.
Market data crucial for FMIs to comply with CPSS-IOSCO’s PFMIs
Date: Sep 26, 2013 | Author: Esther Tan
Zohar Hod, global head of sales and support at SuperDerivatives, discusses challenges faced by FMIs in Europe and the US in their bid to comply with new regulations.
Are corporates’ centralisation needs being met by their banking partners?
Date: Sep 23, 2013 | Author: Esther Tan
It is essential for corporates to communicate the finer details to their banking partners; banks must be honest about their limitations in delivering results.
Banks tread on thin ice amidst prevalent Denial of Service attacks
Date: Aug 27, 2013 | Author: Magessan Raj
China’s Internet came to a grinding halt over the weekend as it was hit by the largest DoS attack ever; Bank of China’s online operations among one of many that experienced disruptions.