Bank Austria Creditanstalt has subscribed to Fitch Risk’s OpVantage financial institutions risk scenario (First) trend database. First contains 4,500 case studies of operational risk loss events. It is aimed to helping financial services firms to determine and manage their exposures. BCCA plans to use First in its self-assessment process for operational risk. Fitch Risk is an independent affiliate of Fitch Ratings, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Fimalac, a Paris-based business services group.
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Bank Austria Creditanstalt Licenses Fitch Risk’s OpVantage First Database for Operational Risk
This webinar has passed, but you can view the recording here. Click below to watch the webinar (recorded Nov. 9, 2010). In today’s ultra-competitive electronic trading marketplace, having lower latency than the rest is the only way to succeed. But there’s more to success than just the lowest latency system – your firm also needs...
Blackmore Capital’s Collaboration with OTCfin Completes Integration of ESG Factors into Investment Process
Blackmore Capital, a Melbourne-based asset manager set up in 2018, and New York-based OTCfin have completed the integration of ESG factors with financial data for all Blackmore portfolios. By incorporating ESG factors into Blackmore’s investment process, OTCfin’s risk and regulatory reporting solution will help the asset manager’s team improve portfolio monitoring from both a financial...
Now in its 11th year, the Data Management Summit USA Virtual explores the shift to the new world where data is redefining the operating model and firms are seeking to unlock value via data transformation projects for enterprise gain and competitive edge.
Just over a year since the Financial Stability Board handed over leadership and direction of the interim Global Legal Entity Identifier System – or GLEIS – to the Regulatory Oversight Committee (ROC) of the LEI the entity identifier is being used for reporting under European Market Infrastructure Regulation. This report discusses recent developments in the...