The Acin Network and Diagnostics Platform was designed and built for global banks and asset management firms, by financial industry experts. Acin can be used across different functions and sectors, to address the daily challenges you face managing Operational Risk Control.
In order for the Acin Product to best support your firm, we have developed the product in line with how firms are typically organised i.e. by business lines. To this end, we have used the 9 standard definitions of Basel II.
Comprised of corporate finance, government/municipal finance and merchant banking. Services including M&A, debt, equity, privatisations and research
Includes the sales and treasury teams with market marketing and proprietary positions, covering all asset classes including Fixed Income, Equity, Commodities, Credit, Foreign Exchange and Prime Brokerage
All services related to both discretionary and non-discretionary fund management to entities which include pooled, segregated, retail and institutional investors
Lending and deposit services, which also includes banking services, that are provided to retail and high-net worth individuals
Provision of lending and guarantee services to entities that deal with Project Finance, Export Finance and Trade Finance
Delivery of guarantee products to both institutional entities and individuals to mitigate liabilities
Provision of clearing and settlement services which support the transfer of funds between various individuals, businesses and financial institutions
Inclusive of all services relating to escrow, depository receipts, securities lending and corporate actions
Provision of guarantee structures against certain liabilities, transactional and execution services for both institutions and individuals
With regulators turning attention to climate risk management, banks and asset managers must act fast to beat January 2022 deadlines.
Acin has created the world’s first climate risk and control inventory, which sits seamlessly within our award-winning Acin Platform.
Are you on track to meet regulatory requirements to integrate climate risk into your risk management framework? New independent research indicates that most banks and asset managers are not.
With regulators turning attention to asset management, costs continually under pressure, and new threats like climate risk rapidly emerging, the stakes have never been higher.
Is your operational risk and control management effective enough to meet the challenges of today and the future? Is it as efficient as it needs to be, in an environment of continual fee pressure?