Comprehensive data models containing data warehouse design models, business terminology model and analysis templates that accelerate the development of business applications.
IBM Banking and Financial Markets Data Warehouse model is the strategic blueprint that supports rapidly changing reporting and analytic priorities of financial institutions and enables the consolidation of trusted information across multiple viewpoints:
Delivers competitive advantage by enabling the consolidation of clean, meaningful financial markets data across multiple channels, and products.
Enables business users to more effectively control and reduce the time taken to scoping their requirements, subsequent customization and any extension of the data warehouse.
Provides a solid basis for statutory reporting and relationship management supporting decision support and performance management applications.
Helps minimize development costs. Reduces the risk of failure by facilitating an incremental approach to delivering integrated reporting repository.
Covers FM areas such as, KYC, IFRS/IAS, MiFID and program/algorithmic trading, investment arrangement analysis, corporate actions, custody fund accounting, treasury and enterprise risk management visibility and more.
Advanced Securities: updated content in the areas of securities, trading status, analytics, and credit rating to handle more complex derivatives.
Data warehouse support for Wealth Management domain
Kimball dimensional model approach based on business solution templates enable integration with IBM Netezza and OLAP environments such as IBM Cognos
Islamic banking: support main Islamic banking arrangements, funds and instruments, and Islamic banking profitability analysis
Covers integrated risk management, enterprise risk reporting finance and compliance reporting such as:
- Basel II including the banking book, standardized framework, and advanced framework requirements of the US Basel II rules,
- Basel III: focuses on the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) 101 and 102 reports.
- Sarbanes-Oxley Act
- National Institute of Finance Act of 2010,
- Multi-channel banking/customer relationship management (CRM):
- Cards data management: focus on the areas of card fees analysis, card loyalty analysis, payment card merchant analysis, individual credit assessment analysis, and payment card fraud analysis.
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