Financial Services Risk Management
As a leading provider of integrated risk management and regulatory services to the banking and capital markets, insurance, asset management, energy and corporate treasure sectors, we can help you tackle the numerous challenges of risk management.
We maintain dedicated Financial Services Risk Management (FSRM) advisory resources which offer a combination of qualitative, quantitative, regulatory, and technology skills along with broad industry experience. The team includes industry practitioners, many former regulators and quantitative analysts to provide specialized integrated risk measurement and risk management services to leading financial institutions throughout the world.
Our understanding of the issues around risk – the risks you can see as well as the ones you can't – inspires us to ask better questions. By teaming globally with you we create innovative answers that can help you see risk management as a means to accelerate your performance.
Together, we help you deliver better outcomes and long-lasting results, from strategy to execution.
How we can help
FSRM assists financial institutions with driving efficiency, effectiveness and balanced risk coverage across the organization's governance, risk and compliance activities and supports the full risk agenda and associated buyers.
We assist clients that are faced with a fundamentally altered risk and regulatory environment, a new competitive landscape, and new and evolving business models.
We assist with risk management and regulatory transformation needs in local and global regulatory environments.
We help our clients solve strategic change management needs by providing integrated services based on and tied to key industry themes.
The Enterprise Risk Advisory Services team assists financial services organizations with the creation, enhancement, implementation and review of integrated frameworks for the identification, measurement, mitigation and monitoring of risks from all sources.
Our cross-functional resource model includes business, financial, regulatory and technology professionals, who seamlessly combine their skills and experience to create integrated, actionable recommendations that meet regulatory requirements, industry and management expectations, and infrastructure demands.
The Treasury and Liquidity Risk group focuses on providing clients with strategic recommendations to identify, measure and manage liquidity risk enabling them to comply with regulatory expectations and enhance their position in an evolving competitive landscape.
The Credit Risk team provides leading credit risk services focused on assisting clients in credit risk identification, measurement, management and reporting.
The Operations Risk Advisory Services team assists financial services organizations with the creation, enhancement, implementation and review of operational risk frameworks.
Our cross-functional resource model includes business, financial, regulatory, and technology professionals, who seamlessly combine their skills and experience to create integrated, actionable recommendations that meet regulatory requirements, industry and management expectations, and infrastructure demands.
The Regulatory Compliance team helps our clients work to meet their regulatory and compliance obligations by assisting with the design of effective, flexible and robust compliance programs to address unique business, regulatory, risk tolerance, technology and operational model requirements.
The Capital Management team offers capital management services to help our clients anticipate and adapt to regulatory changes and assess their impacts on their business models.
We recognize that the ability to respond effectively to emerging regulatory requirements is one of the key challenges that our clients face.
The Traded Products & Capital Markets (TPCM) Market Risk team's areas of focus include financial risk identification, measurement, mitigation, monitoring and reporting of exposures to interest rate, commodity, equity and foreign exchange movements.
The Structured Finance Advisory Services team participates in the domestic and global structured finance market and assists in the execution of structured finance deals from beginning to end.
The Quantitative Advisory Services (QAS) team is dedicated to applying quantitative techniques to help institutions develop and validate risk measurement and valuation methodologies.
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