Weekly Roundup | Risk Management | 3 December 2013
Firms Lack Resource To Manage Regulatory Risk
A new PwC poll of major UK asset management firms reveals that a third are unsure they have sufficient internal resource to manage their firm’s regulatory risk. ISS-Mag: Firms Lack Resource To Manage Regulatory Risk.
JP Morgan to Spend $4 Billion on Compliance and Risk Controls
JPMorgan Chase & Co plans to spend an additional $4 billion and commit 5,000 extra employees to fix risk and compliance issues after a slew of investigations by regulatory authorities, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday. Reuters: JP Morgan to Spend $4 Billion on Compliance and Risk Controls.
Funding Strategies, Funding Costs
The economic value of derivatives depends on their funding costs, because they can result in windfalls or shortfalls to bondholders on their firm’s default. Risk: Funding Strategies, Funding Costs.
OpenGamma Introduces Margining Solution for CCP Members to Replicate CCP Margin Calculations
OpenGamma, creators of the first open-source analytics and risk management platform for the financial services industry, today announced a new margining platform for clearing members to support the initial margin calculation requirements of central counterparties (CCPs) on OTC swap transactions. Securities Finance Monitor: OpenGamma Introduces Margining Solution for CCP Members to Replicate CCP Margin Calculations.