IHS Markit soft launches more Risk Bureau capabilities ahead of Libor transition

The newly-acquired data giant targets the sell side with a suite of new risk-based applications meant to help banks with the transition from Libor, which is expected for the end of this year.

Taking a risk with dice

IHS Markit is building out its Risk Bureau offering into a suite of applications aimed at helping the sell side manage processes such as forecasting, XVA calculations, and derivatives risk, ahead of the transition from the Libor benchmark at the end of 2021. 

Last spring, the data giant released its first Risk Bureau offering, a derivatives risk modeling service, aimed at helping buy-side firms calculate and model such risk using alternative data, machine learning, and cloud computing. The tool

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