Rolled out globally to measure and manage potential credit exposure and economic capital, RBC can now use RAZOR to obtain a more accurate view of credit exposure and limit utilization in its trading book. RAZORâs extensive drill down and what-if functionality provides the transparency required to manage derivatives credit risk proactively in todayâs turbulent markets.
Herve Leung, Head of RBC Group Risk Managementâs Enterprise Market Risk, commented, âAs the credit trading market develops, RBCâs vision is to pro-actively manage its counterparty credit and market risks within a single trading management framework, and we are now embarking on the next half of this project to migrate our existing market risk oversight platform into the RAZOR infrastructure.â
John Groetch, COO of IT&e in North America noted: âWe are very pleased to add a bank as prestigious as RBC to the growing list of live RAZOR clients. This was an ambitious project involving high transaction volumes, multiple locations, sophisticated products, and advanced analytics. Our partnership approach to implementing the RAZOR solution has been very successful, and we look forward to working together to integrate market risk functionality in the next project phase.â
Malcolm Warne, Head of IT&eâs Risk Practice added, âThe success of this project has enabled RBC to gain the benefits of simulation-based, intra-day credit risk management within a project timeframe of less than 12 months.â