Basel I, II, and III: Moody's Analytics Basel solution delivers comprehensive, automated, and streamlined regulatory capital compliance and reporting for Basel I, II, and III.
Regulatory Capital: Moody’s Analytics offers automated, streamlined, and integrated regulatory capital calculation and reporting solutions for a wide range of banking regulations.
Regulatory Reporting: Moody's Analytics regulatory reporting solution delivers comprehensive, automated, and streamlined regulatory reporting.
Regulatory Capital: Amount of capital financial institutions must hold as required by financial regulators.
Regulatory Reporting: EU: Submission of raw information and summary data to satisfy regulatory requirements.
Basel III: International accord of reforms to improve regulation of banks and their risk management.
2011 Banking Industry Survey on Stress Testing: 40 in-depth, one-on-one interviews with senior practitioners at banks of all sizes in Europe, providing an overview of best practices and challenges in the European banking industry.
2018 Cloud Adoption Market Research: 27 one-on-one interviews with senior practitioners at banks across the world to understand the main reasons and barriers—as well as preferred approaches—behind cloud adoption.
In finalizing its Basel III supervisory framework, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) is implementing new rules for measuring credit, operational, and market risk.
This article is a summary of the views expressed by regional banking institutions in a recent survey about IFRS 9 regulation. The survey was conducted to assess progress, potential challenges, and plans of banks with regards to IFRS 9 compliance.
The Moody's Analytics Regulatory Radar provides an overview of the main regulatory guidelines affecting the banking industry. It is a proprietary tool developed to monitor regulations in the immediate, medium, and long term, across multiple jurisdictions.
The Global Banking Radar highlights the busy regulatory agenda that banks will face over the next couple of years. The trend of increased regulation that began in the EU and the US is now spreading to other regions, requiring banks worldwide to comply with increasingly stringent and complex requirements.
The increased focus and attention on the insurance industry are illustrated by the acceleration of regulatory efforts across the globe. Keeping up with the pace of regulatory change in the current environment is one of the greatest challenges facing any insurance company.
The Target Architecture for Stress Testing diagram illustrates the building blocks of a sound enterprise-wide stress testing system. The architecture highlights the need for a solution that will facilitate systems and models integration, data flow coordination, and automated reporting.