Moody's Analytics wins for the third year in a row
Banks, credit unions, and insurance companies use our solution to automate allowance calculations, analysis, reporting, and workflow. Financial institutions must leverage a range of information to meet the CECL and Allowance for Loan and Lease Losses (ALLL) standards.
The Moody’s Analytics ImpairmentStudio™ solution has been specifically designed with the needs of community/regional banks, credit unions, and insurers in mind. It allows CECL users to automate and simplify the complex processes required to meet the new accounting standard. Moody’s Analytics combines its rich credit risk data, best-in-class analytics, and impairment accounting experience in this new cloud-based platform, which is celebrated for its completeness and broad CECL automation capabilities.
Chartis RiskTech100® Report
Together with its accompanying awards, the RiskTech100® ranking provides a valuable assessment and benchmarking tool for all participants in risk technology markets.
Sponsor Chartis Research is a leading provider of research and analysis on the global market for risk technology. It is part of Infopro Digital, which owns market-leading brands such as Risk and WatersTechnology.
How Vendors Are Evaluated
Chartis analysts used a combination of sources to inform their decisions: user surveys, interviews with subject matter experts, customer reference checks, vendor briefing sessions, and other third-party sources.
Severe climate events throughout 2020 underscore the importance and urgency for market participants to understand how climate change is already affecting—and will continue to affect—the risk and return of their portfolios.
Moody’s Analytics, a leading provider of financial intelligence, has differentiated itself among category leaders in a new Chartis Research report that evaluates 17 vendors offering Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) solutions.
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