Chartis Credit Risk Quadrant: zeb.control is a Functionally Rich Enterprise Solutions Vendor for Risk Management
Chartis Research, the leading provider of research and analysis on the global market for risk technology, recently published its Credit Risk Quadrant report. It placed zeb.control prominently in the banking book quadrant by recognizing it as an enterprise solutions vendor for risk management. Placement in the quadrant proves that zeb.control is able to provide end-to-end capabilities, as well as it is useful for clients looking to buy a full-featured risk ecosystem.
Chartis named zeb.control a functionally rich risk management technology platform for being open and flexible on the assessed market. Moreover, it acknowledged the comprehensive service capabilities of the risk module. The effective risk management software zeb.control.risk allows active management of the relevant risk factors for banks, such as interest rate and liquidity risk, trading risk, credit risk, as well as operational risk. Moreover, the functionalities are optimally customized to the needs of the bank.
In addition, zeb.control.risk is capable of performing analyses and simulations at the group-wide and bank-wide level, from individual portfolios to individual positions or transactions, and offering a drilldown functionality. The software supports manifold scenarios, which allow comprehensive simulation of market developments and actions at the portfolio level.
On top of risk management capabilities, zeb.control.risk also allows to manage data, the combination of which makes it valuable to its clients for being a “one-stop-shop” solution. zeb optimally customizes the functionalities to the needs of the client, and offers functional and technical advice on setting up a risk management system from a single source and provides customized support right from the start. Further, zeb develops the data basis to be used, ensures the optimum adaptation of the portfolio model to the needs of the client and supports in integrating the value at risk in bank-wide management.