Wells Fargo has implemented a platform from i-flex’s Reveleus unit to support its credit capital calculation application in order to meet its Basel II requirements. Underlying the platform is a set of data structures, business rules, computations and definitions that is expected to help the U.S. bank comply with the advanced internal ratings-based approach of Basel II. The implementation follows last month’s decision by Citigroup to adopt a similar approach, using Reveleus. Lloyds TSB has also adopted the Reveleus platform to meet its Basel II commitments.
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Wells Fargo Adopts I-flex Reveleus Data Structures
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