Banks and other financial institutions around the world increasingly recognise that cloud is more than a technology.
It isn’t an emerging trend anymore. It has already been widely adopted by the companies and constitutes a critical tool for financial institutions to stay competitive in today’s challenging business environment.
Sourcing the right cloud service provider depends on a number of things: current and future operating model, your own service offerings and the type of delivery model the business wants.
In this webinar, Moody’s Analytics has partnered with Amazon Web Services to help you evaluate a risk analytics cloud solution.
The key topics discussed include:
- Benefits of SaaS over on-premise
- Why cloud adoption is rising in our industry
- What matters most to customers when evaluating a cloud based solution
- Data protection and security aspects on the cloud
- SaaS in banking - common mistakes and misconceptions
- A simple framework for evaluating cloud solutions
Patrycja Oleksza, Associate Product Analyst, Moody's Analytics (Moderator)
Ken Barnes, Head of Global Partner Development, Financial Services, Amazon Web Services
Yann Delacourt, Director-Product Management, Moody's Analytics
Hristo Stanev, Assistant Director-Solutions Specialist, Moody's Analytics
- Presentation slides can be accessed here.
Moody’s Analytics has won Best Solution in Capital & Liquidity Modelling in the Regulation Asia Awards for Excellence 2020, where we also won Data Provider of the Year, for the second straight year.
For the second straight year, Moody’s Analytics has been named Data Provider of the Year at the Regulation Asia Awards for Excellence.
Moody’s Analytics has recently won two awards for our Banking Cloud solution: Best Data Solution for Regulatory Compliance at the Data Management Insight Awards 2020 and Best Middle-Office Initiative at the 2020 American Financial Technology Awards.
As we approach 2021 we look forward to continued economic recovery around the world.
Moody’s Analytics announced its new Early Warning System, which is a single platform that identifies multiple early signals of credit risk to help credit professionals make actionable decisions and more effectively monitor their portfolios.
We examine how the pandemic is impacting decisions over household finances, parenting, entrepreneurship, employment and moving.
The Bank of England will require UK financial institutions to stress-test their balance sheets for climate change risk starting in 2021.
The Canadian Securities Institute (CSI) has announced that students will now be able to take exams online with remote proctoring.
In this session hosted by Insurance Asset Risk and sponsored by Moody's Analytics, we will consider this changing landscape and explore:
Moody’s Analytics today announced that Standard Insurance Limited, the insurance arm of Johannesburg-based Standard Bank Group and one of South Africa’s leading insurance providers, has selected the Moody’s Analytics RiskIntegrity™ for IFRS 17 solution to support its adoption of the new IFRS 17 accounting standard.