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Risk Model Ontology

Risk Model Ontology

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Semantic Web Technologies: The Risk Model Ontology is a framework that aims to represent and categorize knowledge about risk models using semantic web information technologies. In principle any semantic technology can be the starting point for a risk model ontology. The Open Risk Manual adopts the W3C’s Web Ontology Language (OWL). OWL is a Semantic Web language designed to represent rich and complex knowledge about things, groups of things, and relations between things.
ESMA Securitisation Templates are now documented at the Open Risk Manual

ESMA Securitisation Templates are now documented at the Open Risk Manual

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ESMA Securitisation Templates are now documented at the Open Risk Manual: The ESMA Securitisation Templates are now fully documented at the Open Risk Manual. Users can browse, search and cross-reference with the rest of the knowledge base. Category Browsing The ESMA Templates Categories are part of both the Securitisation category and the Information Technology Category. Each one of the templates and each one of the sections within a template forms its own category.
The Zen of IFRS 9 Modeling

The Zen of IFRS 9 Modeling

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The Zen of IFRS 9 Modeling: At Open Risk we are firm believers in balancing art and science when developing quantitative risk tools. The introduction of the IFRS 9 and CECL accounting frameworks for reporting credit sensitive financial instruments is a massive new worldwide initiative that relies in no small part on quantitative models. The scope and depth of the program in comparison with previous similar efforts (e.g. Basel II) suggests that much can go wrong and it will take considerable time, iterations, communication and training to develop a mature toolkit that is fit-for-purpose.
RegDB Explorer

RegDB Explorer

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The RegDB Explorer is a web app that helps you get the big picture when it comes to regulatory documentation. In a simple visual setting you can see the time sequence of publications, the topic and number of pages and select/click-through to any document published by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.(The app data are derived from the published BIS repositories with minimal adjustments) You can find the explorer here.