Institutions are transforming their analytic capabilities to move beyond static reports that explain what happened in the past, to more modern analytics that can explain why an event occurred and what is likely to happen in the future.
These new tools can look across internal and external data sources, expose new insight, and help institutions maximize their return on investment in advanced risk technologies to adapt to the ever-changing regulatory & accounting landscape.
In this Risk.net webinar, Moody’s Analytics and Qlik discuss the value of industry data and visual analytics for:
Benchmarking/Portfolio Analysis/Concentration Risk
Market Expansion Opportunities
Root Cause Analysis
Early Warning Indicators
Peer Group Driven Loss Estimates
Model Calibration & Validation
As firms move ahead in meeting a variety of regulations, executives are looking for solutions that not just meet these requirements, but improve business processes.
The risk function has emerged as an important strategic decision-making partner for critical functions such as business development, finance, operations, and technology.
Analyzing internal and publicly available financial data alongside supplemental data through a visualization tool enhances credit risk management practices for risk professionals.
Market-leading risk professionals are using advanced data analytics to inform sound risk management decisions. Benchmark data can help financial institutions and corporations achieve a more holistic view of credit risk across multiple industries and regions.
In this webinar, we detail the specific challenges facing structured finance investors, and propose effective solutions to help address these challenges.
Moody's Analytics Presents a Comprehensive Approach to Intercompany Loan Transfer Pricing
Implementing an effective credit risk management strategy can help generate business that meets sales goals while meeting the qualifications set forth by the credit department.
In order to thrive in today’s competitive environment, financial institutions are adapting to rapidly changing business demands and regulatory requirements and finding new ways to transform their data into business insights and opportunities. Data visualization is an emerging trend in credit risk management.
In partnership with Treasury & Risk Magazine, take a look at this webinar to learn how you can adopt counterparty and credit risk management best practices.
This webinar discusses credit risk management challenges, best practices, stress testing model and approach and private firm C&I risk tools.