Manton, who has spent two decades working in data management, analytics, and visualization technologies, rejoins SAS 20 years after his first stint at the vendor.
While IFRS 9’s development started before the full grip of the financial crisis took hold in the fall of 2008, in the wake of the collapse, it became clear that banks needed to do a better job of measuring and monitoring their credit losses. This new…
Batchelor has spent almost 20 years in sales and management at technology and analytics providers.
Software provider bundles key components into new service
The business analytics software vendor has enhanced its risk management products with the intention of helping firms not only to comply with current regulations, but also prepare for future requirements and generate business value
Anti-money laundering (AML) is at the forefront of every regulator’s mind at the moment, given its connections with organized crime, terrorism and fraud. Banks find themselves in precarious situations without the correct processes and solutions in place,…
The SEC has shown global regulators the way with its adoption of Tradeworx’s Midas market data feed and plans for software testing and a consolidated audit trail. But is it too little, too late? By Steve Dew-Jones
David Wallace, global financial services marketing manager at Cary, NC-headquartered analytics provider SAS, says firms need in-motion analytics if they are to cope with the sheer volume and velocity of data today.
Business analytics provider SAS has announced a launch date for its new event stream processing (ESP) software.
Yesterday, European lawmakers voted in favor of introducing stricter controls around the controversial practice of high-frequency trading, proposing a regulation that would require all posted orders to be kept in the market for a minimum period of half-a…
SAS report claims legacy technology is leaving banks vulnerable to slow risk assessment.
The calls for real-time risk management are growing louder and more frequent. Its proponents point to recent advances in hardware, analytics and data management that make real-time risk management no longer a pipe dream but a genuine prospect. However,…
New SAS analytics framework can measure risk with complete or incomplete data to provide real-time risk analysis to banks
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With Solvency II set to introduce unprecedented demands on data management, individual firms and industry bodies are keeping a close eye on the situation and taking steps to ensure the legislation can be smoothly implemented
Outstanding data management challenges remain when it comes to risk management
State Street is working with technology vendors Teradata and SAS to provide investors with the data and tools needed to value asset-backed securities