More NewsChina Construction Bank (Asia) Implements Fiserv’s Risk Solution

China Construction Bank (Asia) Implements Fiserv's Risk Solution

China Construction Bank (Asia) Corporation (CCBA) has implemented KRM from Fiserv as its market risk measurement and management solution. With 36 branches in Hong Kong and Macau, CCBA chose KRM to provide analytical and reporting support to help measure market exposures to determine limit compliance, develop risk mitigation strategies, allocate regulatory capital and evaluate market returns.

“Managing market risk accurately and in a timely manner is becoming more complex as financial instruments, trading methods and corporate structures continue to change,” said Michael Leung, chief information officer for CCBA. “KRM’s integrated tools and multiple methodologies will help us analyse and control market risk more efficiently for trading and non-trading products.”

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