IBM Preps New Basel II ToolBy Lisa Vaas | Posted 2004-02-10 Email Print
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As banks work on getting systems compliant for the 2006 Basel II regulatory deadline, IBM is ready to launch new templates to aid in data-reporting compliance.As the deadline for Basel II compliance nears, IBM's business intelligence solutions group is readying a new DB2-based tool to help financial institutions comply.
Karen Parrish, vice president of World Wide Sales for IBM's Business Intelligence Solutions, told eWEEK.com that Big Blue, of Armonk, N.Y., is preparing templates that will help Basel II-affected companies respond to the regulation's requirements. IBM has not yet released details on what the product will be named, nor on a ship date or pricing.
Basel II is a set of regulations that establishes how such companies should report on cash and credit risks, to ensure against loss that results from faulty internal processes, people or systems, or from external events. The regulation comes from the Basel Committee, a group of 10 countries that includes the United States.