Financial servicesPricing and risk analytics
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To stay competitive, financial institutions must accurately predict the risk profile of various combinations of assets while maintaining regulatory compliance and supporting long-term data retention.
Financial institutions work with trusted technology partners, like Red Hat, to securely manage and optimize large compute and datacenters and to provide reporting for compliance. That's why investment and retail banks, stock exchanges, and insurance companies on Wall Street and worldwide rely on Red Hat for their IT needs. Red Hat delivers the best of open source innovation with a portfolio of cloud-ready and cost-effective solutions to help financial institutions mitigate risk.
Yesterday’s technology is not sufficient to support today’s needs. Among the most successful financial institutions, traditional proprietary systems have given way to modern open source based platforms that better meet needs for flexibility, scale, innovation, and cost-efficiency.
Analyst paper: Open Source and Risk Analytics Platforms
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