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    Adapting to the Post-Covid Regulatory Outlook on Credit Risk
    (Published May 29, 2020) The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the interpretation and execution of IFRS 9 and CECL. As governments have moved to protect supply chains and jobs, as well as market liquidity, the rules governing financial exposures are being reinterpreted.
    OneSumX and New MAS Reporting Platform Clear the First Hurdle
    (Published May 14, 2020) Read our latest commentary as we explore the new Data Collection Gateway (DCG) created by the Monetary Authority of Singapore and how our partnership with Vizor is helping Financial Institutions easily submit their regulatory reporting requirements.
    Credit Risk Management Under Basel IV and Beyond
    (Published April 23, 2020) Basel IV has changed the way banks need to deal with the impact of credit risk on their finance, risk and regulatory compliance functions. It’s no longer enough to address credit risk in isolation, as was the case under the Basel I and II guidelines. Read our new commentary to find out more.
    Basel IV Survey: Consensus is in!
    (Published April 28, 2020) How ready is your firm to meet Basel IV requirements?
    Emerging Data-Intensive APAC Regulatory Environment Suggests Banks’ Need for Strategic Data Framework
    (Published December 4, 2019) Read our new commentary as our local experts explore the challenges and impacts of more granular reporting and what firms should be considering going forward.
    CECL Delay Opens Window of Opportunity for Strategic Risk Process Improvements
    (Published Sept 2, 2019) The CECL deadline for Wave 2 and Wave 3 institutions may be pushed to 2023. Learn how you can use the investment made in preparing for CECL to establish an end-to-end framework that improves your current ALLL process today and sets the stage for future requirements. Regardless of when CECL ultimately takes effect, taking a proactive, strategic approach today will help minimize the CECL transition problems tomorrow.
    Big Gains in the Cloud, Especially for Small Banks
    (Published July 3, 2019) Outsourcing regulatory reporting and compliance – using software as a service – can help firms with limited resources and manpower acquire expertise, flexibility and reliability at a reasonable cost.
    FATF Report a Wake-Up Call for China on AML and Terrorist Financing
    (Published June 24, 2019) Whilst in the last decade China has undertaken many initiatives which have contributed positively to its understanding of ML/TF risk, some important gaps remain. With the current FATF report, the Chinese government may revise the current AML laws and the local regulator may, in one to two years’ time, announce an extension of requirements to both banks and non-banks .
    PRA110: Now is the time
    (Published April 24, 2019) This article explores the Pillar 2 pain points and how firms can turn these new requirements into a business benefit.
    Back to banking: Let technology do the heavy-lifting
    (Published April 17, 2019) Good news – the investments you made in people and technology over the past decade to deal with regulatory requirements are paying off. You can now enhance profitability of your core business and get back to business-as-usual. Read our new Commentary to learn how.
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