New regulations such as Basel III are changing trading and risk practices by rewarding banks that actively manage their risk exposure at an enterprise level.
This paper describes best practices on how to spread the computational demands of advanced risk analytics across a dynamic grid computing environment. With a more advanced and capable computing infrastructure, banks can move from reactively measuring risk to actively managing risk based on timely insights drawn from rigorous analysis, all while benefiting from a lower total cost of ownership.
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