Capital adequacy frameworks designed to measure liquidity and solvency and their contribution to systemic risk are used by regulators worldwide to promote market stability and efficiency. The task of measuring and managing credit exposures and risk concentrations is complex, and the scope and cadence of regulatory reporting requirements can stress capital markets firms’ resources.
Goals and Objectives
Explore advanced analytical tools to meet the computational demands of measuring diverse modellable risk types for internal capital management and regulatory reporting purposes.
Artificial intelligence and advanced algorithms
Use Case Summary
Regulatory compliance represents a significant cost of doing business in the capital markets. In an effort to minimize this cost while remaining compliant, firms are applying advanced technologies to the task of measurement and reporting of capital adequacy and credit exposure.