Risk Management Outlook 2015: A Critical Juncture on the Way to Industrialization

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11 February 2015
Cubillas Ding

Abstract

As industrialization dynamics around risk technology and operations gathers momentum, Celent urges firms to sustain a current trajectory to establish strategic foundations to enable growth, not merely to tactically address regulatory change.

Risk management operations and technology have come a long way since the last financial crisis, but firms are hurting from executing to the weight of industry reform and capital and compliance requirements borne out of the “dark ages.” With financial stability foremost in the minds of politicians and regulators, the rapid thrust for the financial industry to improve and industrialize risk operations is reaching a critical juncture. However, there is much work to be done, as firms on the whole still need to address maturity gaps in many parts of the information delivery value chain.

In the report Risk Management Outlook 2015: A Critical Juncture on the Way to Industrialization, Celent examines where the industry stands with risk and regulatory initiatives and explores the emerging outlook, trends, and imperatives that financial firms should put an emphasis on.

In the new world where there are shifts towards costly, more intrusive, and data-intensive regulatory regimes, the ability to achieve scale, reliability, and transparency at the right operational economics will be a winning factor for financial services business models.

“We expect that within the next five years, information and metrics production activities for risk management, compliance, and regulatory are more likely to resemble round-the-clock global factories with just-in-time data supply chains rather than uncoordinated clusters of localized cottage industries, as they are today,” says Cubillas Ding, a research director with Celent’s Securities & Investments practice and author of the report. “The outlook could be attractive if firms play their cards right, but could be detrimental if response initiatives are not executed cohesively.”

In this report, Celent presents six imperatives for financial firms in order to achieve sustainability for the long haul. Firms will need to keep their eye on the ball and execute to initiatives that matter most to identify and industrialize maturity gaps.

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Industry Trends, Innovation & Emerging Technology, Risk Management & Compliance