Category Archives: Finance
A few thoughts after a conference dedicated to the FRTB Last week I took part in the 4th “Impact of Fundamental Review of the Trading Book” conference in London, and I would like to share with you some feedback and …Read more
Matthew Thomson, Product Manager at Microsoft Azure, gave a presentation this year at the ActivePivot User Group in London titled Cloud Burst & Azure Compute in Financial Services.
Samuel Koïki, Programme Manager for Front Office Collateral and Optimisation at Standard Chartered, gave a presentation this year at the ActivePivot User Group in London titled Collateral Optimisation & Analytics.
Video of the presentation given by Anton Polyakov, Head of Application Development for Core Services & Risk at Nordea Markets, at the APUG 2016Read more
In the aftermath of the 2011 Eurozone crisis, the Basel committee introduced stricter rules for the management of liquidity ratios. BCBS 238 on Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR) ensures that banks have enough liquidity buffer to survive market stress. BCBS 248 …Read more
With changes as complex and as far-reaching as those introduced by the FRTB, it helps to classify the challenges they pose and deconstruct them into concrete, feasible tasks leading up to December 2019 and consists of either new IT developments, …Read more
A few weeks ago, Quartet FS co-hosted a FRTB round-table event with PwC in London as we reported in a previous post. A large number of decision-makers from international banks were present to take part in a discussion that started …Read more
Learn about the tangible consequences of the FRTB for your organisation and how ActivePivot can create the adequate workflow to tackle them best.Read more
Quartet FS and Atos have created a big data appliance designed to tackle the present and future regulatory challenges banks face. Read blog post.Read more
Two months ago the Basel Committee decided that banks will have to set aside less capital against trades through central clearing houses in a bid to encourage them to use their services. The aim is to make banks use the central counterparties (CCPs), making it easier for regulators to follow the flow of banks’ trades and exposures to each other.Read more