This is the second in a series of Point of View articles exploring the evolution of regulatory reporting technology and the context in which it is transforming.
This Vendor Analysis summarizes the key theses in Chartis' IFRS 17/LDTI quadrant report, and takes a detailed look at Wolters Kluwer's quadrant positioning and scoring, and Chartis’ underlying opinion and analysis.
This report outlines Chartis’ view of the market and vendor landscape for regulatory reporting solutions that apply to banks and financial and capital markets. Contains one RiskTech Quadrant.
This report examines the trends and dynamics around IFRS 17 compliance, examining why long-term success for insurance firms requires a heterogeneous, flexible and scalable data-management framework.
Vendor Analysis: Oracle Financial Services - Insurance Risk Systems for IFRS 17 and LDTI Compliance, 2020
This Vendor Analysis is based on the Chartis quadrant report 'Insurance Risk Systems for IFRS 17 and LDTI Compliance, 2020: Market Update and Vendor Landscape' (published in June 2020). This section summarizes the key theses in that report; subsequent…
In this report, created in collaboration with Workiva, we focus on the challenges associated with IFRS 17 reporting, and consider solutions to those challenges from the perspectives of accounting policy and technology implementation. And in highlighting…
Chartis Research and Fenergo have developed a focused return on investment (ROI) model for CLM, to determine how much value financial institutions (FIs) can hope to achieve from their CLM solutions. This report outlines the Chartis model, its methodology…
Welcome to Big Bets, a briefing from Chartis Research in which we explore the five big themes we believe will shape the RiskTech marketplace in 2020.
While the market dynamics that we identified in our 2018 FORM report persist, over the past year several developments have been shaping the landscape.
A relative lull in transformative IFRS-related system implementations means that financial firms can relax a little. But not too much: now is the time to work strategically with other players to create real value from IFRS compliance.