This month we have enriched the available data across Alerts and Case Management to give users greater insight and flexibility when analysing activity. We have also expanded the available data sets that can be exported to support better reporting of business intelligence.

Alert Details report now enriched with the “Conclusion” field

The Alert details report is a widely used feature and lets users extract a detailed reporting of alerts broken down by type, trader, security, instrument type and so on. Following customer feedback, we have now added the “conclusion” field to this report. The conclusion field contains the comments of the analyst who closed the alert and is quite important in determining why the alert was closed and maintaining a proper audit trail.

Additional Categories within the Alert & Cases Status and Classification dropdowns

We have added additional options to our alerts and case status drop-down menus. Additionally, we have made these drop-down choices customisable giving the users more flexibility when it comes to their case management workflows.

Data View – Export DailyTotals

Users can now export the data in the Daily Totals window. The daily totals button in DataView brings up a box which displays message totals by count, volume and value. This summary can provide helpful insight into trading activity, for example, showing lists for the top 10 securities/brokers/clients/traders by count, volume and value, and can be used to provide important business intelligence to management.

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This month the focus has been on improving the user experience of the dashboards by making them more interactive. We have done this by introducing dashboard edit mode, enhancing, and adding filtering to table widgets and by adding tool tips. In doing so, we believe that you will be able to better combine your raw data with information stored in the Risk Cockpit.

1. Dashboard Edit Mode

We received feedback that users were accidentally making changes to their dashboard. To prevent this, we have introduced edit mode to dashboards. You no longer need to worry about accidentally moving a widget when you are using one of your dashboards. When your dashboard is locked you will be able to use the new filtering functionality that we have added to table widgets.

2. Filtering of Item List and Data Hub Table widgets on dashboard

As the use of our new Data Hub Table functionality has increased, we noticed users often wanted to filter their data as part of an investigation into the context around a given Metric or Risk. To support this, we have enhanced our filtering functionality and added filtering to Table Widgets. Users can now add two filters to a single column and have more filter options for text fields. This filtering functionality is now available on both Item List Widgets and Data Hub Table Widgets. You can use the filters when your dashboard is not in edit mode.

3. Tool Tips

With the addition of the description field to registers and taking into consideration limited on screen space we have added tool tips to all text fields. Text fields in registers, table widgets and analytical grids now support tool tips.

4. Enhanced export to all available columns

All data that is available in the new Risk Cockpit Register can now be exported. When using the cloud export button in registers all records with the selected columns and filters will be exported to excel.

Other Features and Fixes:

  1. Item closing & re-opening
  1. Date field formatting
  1. Widget group fixes
  1. Description field added to registers
  1. Metric Value in Grouping
  1. Sorting of Fields Such as Risk Severity
  1. Active Field Filtering Fixed

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Risk as Alpha KRM22 logo

The 30th of April 2022 marks four years since KRM22 was listed on the London Stock Exchange AIM market. As we reach this anniversary it is a natural time to reflect on the challenges we have faced, milestones achieved and the opportunities that lie ahead.

In just four years we have acquired and integrated four different risk management technology companies, launched a SaaS based risk business via our Global Risk Platform, created new risk management systems and added top tier institutions to our client base. In 2021 we were able to deploy a new showcase customer who adopted our end-to end risk services through the Global Risk Platform, using a common set of data elements to manage market, compliance, and enterprise risk. This key engagement demonstrates the value our customers can realise by simplifying the cost and complexity of risk through technology delivered on a single platform.

We did this in an environment of massive cultural and geo-political change. The spread of political polarization, major social movements, civil rights protests, war – these events have had a profound effect on society and of course on the markets we operate in. Most significantly we have endured two years of the COVID-19 pandemic which not only affected on our personal lives but had a dramatic impact on the operating environment of our customers and prospects.  It enabled us to rethink sales methods and quickly adapt to a changing business climate.

The partnership with Trading Technologies agreed at the end of last year marks a new chapter in the KRM22 story.  We believe this relationship will accelerate the adoption of our services through strategic partnerships, removing the burden and overhead normally associated with implementing new technology.

As exciting as the first four years have been, we are even more excited about the future of KRM22. Risk Management is top of the agenda for most firms and KRM22 is well positioned to help our customers navigate the challenges being faced. With new investment and more client wins, we have started 2022 in the strongest position since the Global Risk Platform was launched in 2019 and look forward to our continued success.