A summary of Chartis' planned subscription reports and targeted topic areas for 2020, with a summary of the 'pillars' that will underpin our research.
The ability to distribute trustworthy credit is a societal cornerstone. But what happens when traditional credit scoring methodologies aren’t available? Will new 'advanced' credit models in emerging markets be self-fulfilling prophecies?
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.
This is the first of two reports that update our research into technology solutions for credit risk management. In our previous credit risk report, we highlighted the continuing emergence of a new credit modeling and analytics environment in credit risk …
The landscape for fixed-income solutions is a complex one, shaped by a variety of economic, geographic and cultural factors. This complexity is creating wide differences across different segments of the market - notably bonds, securities and loans - in…
While the market dynamics that we identified in our 2018 FORM report persist, over the past year several developments have been shaping the landscape.
We examine the drivers of demand for solutions, and the vendor landscape in this free to download report.
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.
Advanced analytics and AI promise revolutions everywhere, but real-world constraints abound. This is notably true in the world of credit scoring, which needs to be understandable, is often slow to give out real-world results, and can be muddied by the…
After summarizing key market trends, we analyze two areas where there has been considerable activity: margin valuation adjustment (MVA) and initial margin (IM) requirements.