Abacus360 Banking covers all existing Abacus regulatory modules. In addition, the functional scope of the new software generation has been extended by risk modules and a variety of additional components that go far beyond the previous capabilities of Abacus. By integrating these functional areas on one holistic platform with a single data model, Abacus360 Banking increases efficiency of regulatory processes, transparency and quality of data and agility in terms of faster implementation of new regulatory requirements. This was one of the major factors for the positioning among the top 30 in the Chartis RiskTech 100 2017 rankings.
Abacus360 Banking meets the requirements set out by the EBA, the ECB, as well as the national regulatory authorities and covers the six modules defined in the ECB’s Supervisory Reporting Manual. The product offers standard reporting modules for numerous jurisdictions that can be adjusted to individual requirements in a flexible manner by means of additional functional components. Moreover, through its innovative technology, Abacus360 Banking facilitates fast implementation of new regulations and the timely response to even very short-term enquiries such as ad-hoc requests and Fire Drills.
In addition to the tried-and-tested reporting modules already available to banks, the new software generation has placed the full spectrum of financial calculation – valuation, simulation, and risk quantification – at the banks’ disposal on a single platform. On the basis of the proven models for risk und valuation (RiVa), which have been consistently advanced, expanded, and optimized over the past 20 years, Abacus360 Banking now makes it possible to calculate regulatory indicators and key risk figures using a single redundancy free data model.
Abacus360 Banking offers optional additional components that enable banks to optimize reporting processes, regulatory analytics, and regulatory management in a way that is tailored to their needs. The additional functional components can be assembled in a flexible manner in line with the modularity principle for the purpose of meeting individual requirements.Back