NtCloud FeaturesA first purpose-built risk management cloud solution
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Focus on risk analysis rather than IT infrastructure and maintenance. Our cloud platform is always available, always up-to-date.
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Adjust capacity to meet demand
Scale to consume the resources necessary to meet demand automatically. Our cloud platform gracefully handles peaks and dips in traffic for you.
Protect your data
Secure your data by having a separated database. Each client is provided with a dedicated database, configuration, user management, etc.
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Upgrade without breaking organization-specific customizations and configurations. Users do not need to re-configure everything each time a patch is released.
Have all in one platform
Begin with one module and add others as and when you need. Data for different modules can be integrated to reduce the pain of ETL.
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Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book (IRRBB) module provides projection of institutions’ Balance Sheet and Profit & Loss Statement. Both risk factor and balance sheet scenarios (e.g., behavioral option risk) are supported for measuring across key performance indicators, such as Net Interest Income (NII), Economic Value of Equity (EVE), and Earnings at Risk (EaR).
The module journalises every transaction by double-entry accounting system to build financial statement projections. Along with its granularity and transparency, users can also take financial planning (e.g., investment plans, financing decisions) into consideration to ensure a realistic simulation.
Market Risk module is a Value-at-Risk (VaR) calculation engine for economic capital and stress testing with results available at any level of granularity.
The module computes a comprehensive range of risk measures, including common metrics (e.g., VaR, Expected Shortfall, Incremental VaR, Marginal VaR), profitability indicators (e.g., RORAC), as well as sensitivity measures (e.g., Greeks, BPV). The combination of measures allows users to decompose portfolio risk into additive contributions at business unit and even cash flow levels, thus helping optimize portfolio’s risk-return performance by allocating capital more efficiently.