Proactively manage regulatory risk with a single, end-to-end risk management environment. A transparent framework and integrated data aggregation, analytics and reporting capabilities provide an open, flexible and extensible means of measuring and managing regulatory risk in a constantly changing regulatory environment.
Respond quickly to regulatory changes.
Easily adapt to changing regulatory requirements and accommodate varying interpretations of Basel II, III and IV guidelines across multiple jurisdictions. Our flexible solution allows for easy system evolution so you can stay up to date.
Get up and running fast, with minimal project risk.
Predefined regulatory environments, sample reports and a banking-specific data model enable you to get up and running quickly for faster regulatory compliance. Integrated within SAS Risk Stratum, the parallel processing capabilities of the SAS Infrastructure for Risk Management execution platform result in a 50% or more reduction in processing time, compared with previous versions.
Ensure audit and system transparency.
There are no hidden system files or black-box models, which ensures transparency throughout your processes. You can archive all the data and intermediate calculation steps, then access, audit and validate them as needed for supervisory and internal review requirements. All processing steps and flows are fully documented and can be visualized.
Gain a strategic advantage with a multipurpose platform.
The SAS Solution for Regulatory Risk Management uses the foundational capabilities of SAS Risk Stratum, enabling you to leverage your investment over multiple use cases (e.g., enterprise stress testing and IFRS 9/CECL).
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