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Navigating regulatory and legal risk

Over the last five years, as new laws, regulations and other guidance were introduced; banking and securities firms recognized the need for more visible and strategic management of their complex regulatory relationships. As more and more questions continued to flow from regulatory agencies, it became clear that the current methods of regulatory response may not have been as efficient and proactive as possible.

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Companies are seeking greater transparency, deeper insights and more reliable predictors to manage risk, meet regulatory requirements and gain a competitive edge.

Risk and regulatory analytics provides information to navigate challenging economic conditions and complex regulatory environments, with the insight and foresight that only analytics can provide. Using a range of techniques and technologies, risk and regulatory analytics leverages big data to extrapolate insights, calculate likely scenarios and predict future events.

  • Predict market trends, anticipate demand and react quickly to opportunities — while also keeping an eye on their risk exposure and regulated business environment.
  • Enable decision makers to evaluate the risks and rewards associated with strategic and operational decisions — providing insights into the actions that have real and sustainable value.
  • Establish effective programs that address and avoid disruptions from expanding regulatory requirements.
  • Analyse the ever increasing volumes of structured and unstructured data that are available internally and externally to gather valuable information and actionable insights.

Companies use risk and regulatory analytics to:

Executives need to proactively identify and understand their risk and regulatory exposure in order to make decisions that manage and mitigate the sources. Risk and regulatory analytics improves how companies understand, define, communicate and manage their risk and regulation challenges, empowering them to meet present and future business needs.