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    CECL Buyers Guide – Manage Data & Expectations
    (Published September 28, 2017) No doubt are thinking about or are already preparing for CECL. The CECL Buyer’s Guide: Managing Data and Expectations touches upon certain operational practices, especially cross-department cooperation, to help you implement the standard effectively while avoiding key pitfalls.
    Start accounting for CECL
    (Published July 31, 2017) Commenting on the new CECL rules’ impacts on banks’ accounting practices, Wolters Kluwer characterizes the regulation in ICBA’s Independent Banker magazine article accordingly: “The whole purpose is to capture a truer picture of risk…throughout the enterprise.”
    Risk USA 2017
    (Seminar October 24-27, 2017) Join Wolters Kluwer at Risk USA, Risk.net’s award-winning conference. It is the eminent risk management event for North America’s top tier banks. High on the agenda is FRTB, CECL modelling, CCAR stress testing, and IRRBB.
    Quarterly Regulatory Update July 2017
    (Recorded Webinar July 13, 2017) View the recorded webinar to keep up with the latest research into the major risk, finance, and regulatory issues impacting financial services professionals around the world. The first webinar included the latest regulations in APAC and EMEA; the second covered those affecting EMEA and Americas.
    RegTech: Helping Your Data Work Smarter and Harder
    (Published June 8, 2017) It is critical for financial institutions to have the ability to compile and analyze data generated across multiple functions in a comprehensive and holistic fashion. However, with most organizations operating in silos and using multiple point solutions; streamlining collection of contractual, account, risk, finance and transactional information is no small undertaking. Read our whitepaper to learn more about how a RegTech solution can help.
    From Risk.net RegTech special report: Meeting the daunting demand for data
    (Published May 19, 2017) Increasing regulation requires more data reporting, and financial institutions are relying on faster, more adaptable RegTech solutions to manage the swelling scope and complexity of regulatory compliance and to build more efficient businesses. Rajat Somany, vice-president, product and platform management at Wolters Kluwer presents some solutions to meeting this demand in the face of current and impending regulatory barriers.
    CECL
    (Published May 3, 2017) Will Newcomer, VP, Market Management, Finance, Risk and Reporting Americas, Wolters Kluwer provides 5 key considerations to help firms prepare for CECL in the early stages.
    CECL: Preparing for the New Standard
    (Recorded Webinar 26 April 2017) Watch the Wolters Kluwer and Risk.net webinar on the new CECL standard to learn what challenges financial institutions are facing and how to achieve a successful enterprise wide implementation.
    Quarterly Regulatory Update March 2017
    (Recorded Webinar March 28, 2017) Join our quarterly webinar to keep up with the latest research into the major risk, finance, and regulatory issues impacting financial services professionals around the world. The first webinar will include the latest regulations in APAC and EMEA; the second will cover those affecting EMEA and Americas.
    Quarterly Update December 2016
    (Recorded Webinar December 13, 2016) Our quarterly webinar keeps you up to date with the latest research into the major risk, finance, and regulatory issues impacting financial services professionals around the world. As usual, the webinar included expert opinion about the business implications of these changes and developments. The first webinar will include the latest regulations in APAC and EMEA; the second will cover those affecting EMEA and Americas.
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