This report outlines Chartis’ view of the market and vendor landscape for credit lending operations in the banking book, covering loan origination systems, limits management systems and collateral management systems. Contains three RiskTech Quadrants.
This report updates our previous research, and analyzes the top providers of outsourced trading solutions across several regions and asset classes.
This report is the most comprehensive independent study of the algorithmic trading solutions market and vendor landscape to date. It analyzes the top 100 providers of algorithmic trading solutions from industry landscape, vendor capabilities and customer…
This collaborative report attempts to address the lack of a standardized definition of ‘renewables’, and considers the profound impact that renewable energy and sources will have on the structure of energy markets and the software technology employed by…
This report, the first in a series examining the evolution of ESG solutions, focuses on ESG data aggregation and scoring methodologies and tools in investment management.
Client Lifecycle Management Solutions, 2022: Corporate and Investment Banks and Markets Institutions; Market and Vendor Landscape
This report focuses on investment banks and other sell-side institutions with some of the most complex and demanding CLM requirements. Contains one RiskTech Quadrant.
This collaborative report investigates the ‘layers’ of operational resilience in insurance firms, and argues that the vital lesson from the pandemic is to prepare for a broad range of future operational scenarios, rather than relying on retrospective…
This report focuses on three segments of the credit data ecosystem: wholesale, retail and CRE/property services. Contains three RiskTech Quadrants.
This Vendor Analysis summarizes the key theses in the Chartis report 'Energy Risk: Pricing and Data Management 2021; Market and Vendor Landscape', and takes a detailed look at ZE’s quadrant positioning and scoring.
This report summarizes Chartis' revised approach to GRC, ‘GRC+’ : a comprehensive view that reflects the subject's maturation into a more complex and fully integrated discipline.
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 Vendor Analysis summarizes the key theses in Chartis’ trade-based money laundering quadrant report, and takes a detailed look at SAS’s quadrant positioning and scoring, and Chartis’ underlying opinion and analysis.
Energy50 2022 ranks the top 50 players in the energy risk solutions market, and provides Chartis' view of key issues in today’s energy space.
This collaborative report from Chartis and MetricStream tracks the evolution of GRC and discusses its new, extended worldview.
This report defines trade-based money laundering, discusses how it has developed over time, and considers the dynamics of the evolving market for solutions to help firms tackle it.
This report, developed in collaboration with SAP, is the second in a series examining the crossover between cyber and GRC in different industry sectors.
Five years on from the issuance of IFRS 17, Chartis is assessing the current state of play. To support this analysis, and in collaboration with Insurance Post, we have conducted a survey to examine global trends and dynamics in key implementation areas…
Chartis’ annual Big Bets report outlines our major predictions for the year ahead, highlighting some of the key market trends, risk areas and core technologies that form the basis of our 2022 report agenda.
Five years on from the issuance of IFRS 17, Chartis is assessing the current state of play as insurers work toward the deferred 2023 implementation date. For our 2022 industry report, we re-evaluate the compliance challenges we have previously identified…
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.