This unexpected crisis raises questions about the effectiveness and agility of banking models and existing risk management frameworks.DOWNLOAD WHITE PAPER NOW
Climate change is an important and growing trend for the financial sector. The rapidly developing supervisory, investor and customer expectations are presenting new challenges to the financial services sector. As a consequence of the changing risk profile, supervisors in the EU and UK are setting new expectations to ensure banks pro-actively manage their climate-related financial risk.
A couple of weeks ago I had the privilege of co-authoring a short article on the adoption of the Cloud in Financial Services with Professor Nelson Phillips of the Imperial College Business School. We conducted several interviews with senior leaders in financial services about their experiences of moving to the Cloud. It turned out to be such a captivating journey that Nelson and I are planning to continue along this path and turn it into a much more comprehensive piece of research.
This Practical Guide will share insights regarding typical root causes for the issues raised by the ECB, the FCA and the PRA — as well as potential ways these issues can be addressed.
Mounting regulatory requirements and scrutiny have caused banks to worry about their regulatory reporting requirements. Avantage Reply has extensive knowledge and expertise on dealing with different regulatory reporting issues.
The client is a European Investment Bank with global operations. Its expertise covers Corporate & Investment Banking, Private Banking, Asset Management, and Specialised Financial Services. The client requested Avantage Reply to relocate its database system for CoREP computation to another European country and maintain it for several years.
The client, a G-SIB specialised in Private Banking and Asset Management, Trade Finance and Corporate Banking, needed support to produce their BASEL III regulatory reporting in line with EBA ITSs.
Last Autumn the
EBA released its public consultation on the revision of the
Implementing Technical Standards (ITS) for Regulatory Reporting and the harmonization of disclosures in the Euro System. We have analysed the new requirements and offer our insights in this white paper, considering the impacts that Financial Institutions can expect and for which they should prepare.
Following the 2008 global financial crisis, which had shown that the capacity of banks to manage risks during "stress" periods was insufficient, the Basel Committee took the initiative to publish the BCBS 239 standard.
Few realise just how corrosive the effects of Money laundering and the financing of terrorism are on society. That’s why, when we have the opportunity to assist our clients with their Anti Money Laundering (AML) and Counter-Terrorism Financing (CTF) initiatives, I find it exciting and rewarding.
In this period of annual closing and maximum effort for all reporting teams, you will probably agree that there is one that is particularly daunting. I am of course talking about the Pillar 3 disclosures.
Now that the development phase of IFRS 17 projects is almost over, it is time to look back and learn from our experience. Avantage Reply has the pleasure to invite you to a breakfast of reflexion, take stock of where the other players stand and share your experiences to avoid common pitfalls.
Avantage Reply was requested by an international bank to design the crisis scenario, prepare the communication materials and to coordinate the execution of the recovery plan “fire drill”. Avantage Reply proposed an idiosyncratic and system-wide scenario that enabled them to test the formation of the bank's Crisis Management Committee (CMC) and provide concrete suggestions to improve the recovery plan.
Avantage Reply assisted a leading global investment bank in putting together an end-to-end project plan and roadmap covering data lineage for market, credit and liquidity risk to satisfy the BCBS 239 requirements. This allowed the client to quickly mobilise the required stakeholders to ensure compliance.
Managing the peaks in activity during closings has been a recurring issue for CFO’s. We propose an innovative approach, guaranteeing experienced and trained resources to ensure timely and quality closings. This comes bundled with access to our Avantage Academy, to keep your internal resources up to date on the latest regulatory evolutions.
A major global investment bank requested
Avantage Reply to assist in the delivery of a governance framework and global policy for electronic trading. Find out how Avantage Reply aided the client in developing, agreeing upon and embedding a tailored electronic trading governance framework in line with regulatory expectations.
Avantage Reply used their expertise to help the new Brexit entity of a global investment bank meet the requirements of the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR). Learn about the challenges faced in developing and embedding the roadmap and the solutions provided.
Win the competition at the customer interface through Operational Excellence and Cloud - this is the motto of the 25th Handelsblatt Jahrestagung Banken-Technologie on 4 and 5 December 2019 in Frankfurt. Meet
Blue Reply among the exhibitors.
Many start-ups or early stage business are often reluctant to hire specialist financial resource. This reluctance could hinder the successful development of the company.
The financial services industry has been, and still is, in a process of transformation. The
Reply Financial Services Outlook 2019 gives a 360° overview from Risk Management to Digital Transformation.
A major Global investment bank requested Avantage Reply to assist with the delivery of a Governance framework and Global policy for electronic trading to satisfy the PRA SS 5/18 requirements.
Avantage Reply will be hosting a Anacredit Workshop with ECB in Luxembourg. The workshop will provide an opportunity to share the experience on Anacredit implementation for institutions, take a look at functional requirements and IT architecture and learn from industry practices and solutions.
We work with CFOs and their team members to address regulatory obligations across all areas of our clients including, Regulatory Reporting, Treasury Operations, Liquidity management and general financial management issues.
Our consultants work with finance functions with the objective of improving efficiency, ensuring compliance and contributing value to the business. Our experience across the sector combined with our deep technological capabilities allow us to address multiple challenges in a growingly competitive cost environment, a still rapidly changing regulatory landscape while recognising rapid technological opportunities and possible disruption.