Guest post from Gordon Burnes, Director of Marketing, IBM Risk Analytics
Information on Demand/Business Analytics Forum 2012 – Las Vegas – The risk and regulatory environment for financial services companies has never been tougher. The competitive environment is forcing these companies to do more with less, and as they seek to improve profitability in the face of shrinking margins, they are looking for new ways to optimize capital across the business.
At the Business Analytics Forum this week, IBM announced advances in the Risk Analytics portfolio to help companies compete effectively in today’s risk, regulatory and economic environment.
For insurance companies, the IBM Algorithmics Credit Workflow Manager delivers new modeling and reporting capabilities for insurers facing Solvency II, and for banking and financial markets firms, IBM is delivering enhanced support for new regulatory frameworks under Basel 2.5 and 3. These capabilities will be delivered across the portfolio in solutions for credit, capital and liquidity risk.
IBM is also offering new capabilities to help optimize capital across the business. The IBM Algorithmics Integrated Market and Credit risk solutions help companies to not only address the regulatory requirements of Basel 3, but enhance business performance with the ability to make better trading decisions.
Watch video how Scotiabank leveraged these capabilities to optimize outcomes and improve performance:
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