Companies Want MBAs Who Can Code

Business schools around the country are realizing that management students with coding skills are more valuable to their future employers. According to Business Week, companies want business leaders who know enough about coding to communicate with their technical...

Regulatory-Only Risk Management Misses Profit Opportunities

Across the entire spectrum of risk management, it is often the consensus view that risk is simply part of a regulatory requirement that banks must undertake. What many fail to see, however, is that risk is perhaps the number one determinant in profit margins and good...

Do Bank Stress Tests Mean Anything At All?

Bank stress testing is conducted according to future adverse scenarios of the economy that may not truly represent the most likely potential outcomes. The people at FRG recognize this and always seek to develop mathematically robust solutions while still adhering to...

Stress Testing Solutions: The Supply and Demand

More banks are seeking automated systems to stress test their institutions, rather than relying on manual processes that can be time consuming and not always cost effective. A new report by consultants with Aite Group suggests that smaller banks, those with revenues...