Moody's Analytics named category leader in balance sheet management report by Chartis Research  

The Moody’s Analytics RiskConfidence™ ALM solution, named category leader in the report, allows banks across the globe to manage their enterprise-level ALM and liquidity risk, as well as supporting a broad range of regulatory and business needs. This solution can be implemented on-premise or in the cloud, which offers further flexibility.

The Chartis report rated vendors based on a set of seven core capabilities. Moody’s Analytics earned the top rating in two capabilities (“Scenario Management System” and “Data Provision”).

Moody’s Analytics was also recognized as a category leader on the combined strength of its market potential and completeness of offering, as evaluated by Chartis.

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Bank RegTech Talks: The Rise of Integrated Balance Sheet Management
Bank RegTech Talks: The Rise of Integrated Balance Sheet Management
In pursuit of creating efficiencies, many banks are looking to integrate the management of both regulatory and operational liquidity and interest rate risks. This webinar-on-demand covers the benefits, challenges, and best practices for the adoption of a common platform within banks’ ALM function.
Whitepapers
Liquidity Risk: Time to Automate and Integrate.
The current environment presents banks with an excellent opportunity to get off the compliance treadmill.  This whitepaper discusses how, in pursuit of this objective and to reduce overhead costs, we believe that banks must integrate the management of liquidity and interest rate risks under ALM. And move toward true risk-adjusted pricing by implementing the technology platforms that support such solutions.
IRRBB: Meeting the Practical Challenges
The new Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) standards for Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book (IRRBB) came into force January 1, 2018. IRRBB presents an excellent opportunity to put in place a reporting framework that enables the sharing of reports between different teams in the bank. This paper looks at the standards from a practical implementation point of view and raises some of the main challenges.
Funds Transfer Pricing in Banks: What are the Drivers?
FTP drivers used by banks generally fall into main three areas. In this paper, we investigate the reasons a bank might choose one approach over another, and show why banks might want to align risk-based pricing as a primary driver in their FTP frameworks, with other drivers presented as transparent modifications.
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