Tag Archives: regulatory

R.I.S.K. – Risk management for the future

Chris Skinner

Chris Skinner says that CROs have failed in their role of managing risk. But, he doesn’t believe CROs are at fault; “faulty models, ineffective risk systems and a complicated market are the culprits.”

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The changing face of risk management

risk tight rope

Accenture surveyed nearly 400 firms from 10 industries across the globe to determine what changes will be made in 2012. Here, the authors boil the findings down to eight trends in technology, business strategy and risk management practices.

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Five key challenges in credit risk modelling

Iain Brown, Analytics Specialist, SAS

Iain Brown, Analytics Specialist at SAS, has highlighted five challenges that he believes still hamper firms in their credit risk modelling efforts. He’d like for you to read through the list and then tell him challenges you encounter with regards to your model development and validation, and what improvements you would like to see. This is a great place to collaborate.

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The Dodd-Frank Act and insurers

Stuart Rose

It will be many years before the Dodd-Frank Act has been deemed a success or just another compliance burden. Read about the role of the Federal Insurance Office and its potential for streamlining rules and regulations for insurers.

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Analytics helps credit card issuers reprogram for CARD

Waynette Tubbs, Editor

Rex Pruitt, Manager, Profitability & Risk, MIS Analytics at PREMIER Bankcard, explained to attendees at the SAS Global Forum Executive Conference that his bank retooled for the CARD Act of 2009 to adjust for narrower margins and found ROI in its new outlook on customer retention and loyalty.

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