everis, a multinational consulting company, has joined the Numerix partner programme to offer Numerix’s pricing and risk analytics within the everis risk management product suite. This suite provides banks and insurers a complete risk and capital management solution comprised of everis operational, aggregation, curve-fitting and risk-based pricing modules.
Market uncertainty and increased regulatory demands have increased pressure on banks and insurers to establish accurate, timely, and consistent pricing, risk, and reporting measures enterprise-wide. To maximise the performance, precision and robustness of operational risk and regulatory capital calculations under Solvency II and Basel III, everis has integrated its Risk Management Suite with a wide range of Numerix features.
“The integration of key features and benefits from the market leading Numerix CrossAsset analytics platform has elevated the foundation of our core risk offering and enabled us to deliver a more robust pricing and risk solution to our clients,” said Rafael Cavestany, head of risk management consulting at everis. “Integral to the solution is the ability to seamlessly bring together data management, modelling, simulation, capital calculation and reporting.”
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