Confidence in the New Risk Management Landscape
- Published on January 23, 2013
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
The demands of upcoming regulatory requirements put evermore pressure on financial institutions and their risk management infrastructures. As a result, data and analytics must be fast, consistent and transparent.
Meeting these demands will require financial institutions to invest in specific areas, creating new business and technology strategies. 60 per cent of firms admit to having too little data integration between front office pricing and decision points with the middle/back office market, according to a survey by research and consulting firm, Celent. Additionally, more than 40 per cent of tier one firms are looking for the front office to possess and execute risk-aligned tools, analytics and metrics in an automated manner.