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Credit-Risk Data Could Be a Major Stumbling Block for Basel II New research finds automating the data process is proving to be a big problem for financial institutions moving to the IRB approach.
RISK-MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY * TradeCapture launches its ICTS Symphony trading and risk-management system for multi-commodity markets.
* Tanya Styblo Beder joins the Professional Risk Managers' International Association's Blue Ribbon Advisory Panel.
* EVault opens two new electronic vaults and expands into the Atlanta and Cincinnati metropolitan areas.
Lehman Brothers Chooses Iron Mountain for E-Mail Archiving Solution As the New York Attorney General continues to investigate analyst/investment banking conflicts of interest, e-mail seems to be the evidence of choice.
CGE&Y and Norkom Partner to Launch Anti-Money Laundering Technology Cap, Gemini, Ernst & Young and Norkom enter the realm of anti-money Laundering with the introduction of MLDAP.
RISK-MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY * Fitch Risk Management agrees to acquire the NetRisk and its OpVantage subsidiary.
* Goldman Sachs is spearheading the creation of a company to operate a shared database of public information to identify and manage the risk associated with financial crime.
* BITA Plus Consultants will now operate as COR Risk Solutions.
Update: SIA Committee on Business-Continuity Planning Moves Forward The SIA's BCP Committee has been making strides to ensure the financial-services industry is well prepared for any business interruption. Committee Chair Paul Honey shares the latest initiatives.
Risk Spending Ramps Up Risk spending is on the rise as financial-services firms take an enterprise-wide approach to risk management.
e-mail Alert E-mail communications are at the center of ongoing investigations into analyst/investment-banking conflicts of interest. As a result, new technology is hitting the market to help financial-services firms capture, store and retrieve electronic messages.
Doing More With Less Analyst Henry Blodget's improprieties have caused NY's Attorney General and the Securities and Exchange Commission to crack down on Wall Street - forcing firms to show they have the proper technology in place to retrieve and archive all electronic communications.
RISK-MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY * Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation selects Sybase's PATRIOTcompliance solution.
* Egar Technology releases a Web-based analytical tool for equity and equity options traders.
* TD Securities taps NumeriX for a project to develop an enhance derivatives trading and risk management system.