This month the Risk Cockpit Development effort has been focused on improving the Risk Assessment user experience. We have enhanced this functionality by reducing the number of clicks a user needs to do and making it possible for a user to see related details when doing a risk assessment.

When users navigate to the Risk Assessment tab within the Risk Cockpit, they will see a screen where they can:

  1. Quickly complete a Risk Assessment for the current period
  1. View both the number and score of related items
  1. Drill down into related items that they are interested in.
  1. View past assessment slots

Leveraging these pieces of functionality users can complete an informed Risk Assessment quickly. Every time a user completes a risk assessment in the Risk Cockpit, they will be presented with this information nudging users to investigate.

When a user clicks on one of the related item counts users can to see the details of the related items. Users can easily see when the item was last updated for all item types making it easy for them to determine if something has changed since their last Risk Assessment. Additionally, if a user clicks on one of the related items the info screen for that item will open, allowing users to investigate further.

Other New Features:

  • Task Recurrence
  • Created by and last updated by information available on Info Screen
  • Enhance Initiative progress visual in registers
  • Ability to navigate to the Assessment tab on Risks by clicking on the Assessment Status and Residual severity field in registers.

If you have any questions or would like a demonstration of the new features, please reach out to

Mark your calendars; Friday 24th June will see the annual David Setters Cricket Tournament hosted at The HAC Cricket Ground, near Moorgate. Five teams will be fighting it out alongside KRM22; ICE (reigning champions), Euronext, the LME, StoneX Group and Verne Global – all hoping to lift the coveted trophy!

More importantly though, the event raises much needed funds for care and research for the Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association, a charity close to the heart of Industry champion David Setters who was diagnosed with the disease over 10 years ago. Dave has since dedicated himself to raising money to fund research into MND, working closely with the Association, and establishing City Against MND, all while facing his own challenges with the disease. In 2017, a group of Industry professionals including KRM22’s Chairman, Keith Todd, created the David Setters Trophy to support their dear friend in his admirable work and to date the tournament has raised over £120,000 for charity.

Spectators are welcome (and encouraged!) to come along on the day with colleagues and contacts to support the event, buy raffle tickets and enjoy the food and drinks available from midday onwards. Donations can also be made via the JustGiving page

Play starts at 10.30am and the final will commence around 5.30pm, drinks will be held after the final at The Singer Tavern, City Road.

Ground Address: Honourable Artillery Company, Armoury House, City Road, London, EC1Y 2BQ

We look forward to seeing you on the 24th!

To learn more about MND Association and their brilliant work supporting those diagnosed with motor neurone disease please visit

On the 6th June, KRM22 will participate in the 14th Annual International Derivatives Expo, held at the Brewery, London. Organised by FIA, the event will bring together leading experts across the buy-side, sell-side, regulatory community and fintech space to discuss the most pressing matters facing the industry.

This year the conference agenda will focus on regulation, changing dynamics in market structure, the impact of macro and geopolitical developments and the cost of compliance – all topics very relevant to KRM22 and the customers we serve who are seeking ways to navigate constant challenges across Market and Regulatory change. With so many major events impacting the industry, from the pandemic, war, climate change, growth of crypto and the evolution of the post-Brexit landscape, the conference agenda promises to be packed full of insights and provide the necessary forum to collaborate on where we go from here.

As always, KRM22 will be available for private briefings to discuss these challenges and showcase our products.

The conference will close with the long-anticipated return of the IDX Gala Dinner, a chance to celebrate with friends and colleagues across the International Derivatives community whilst raising much needed funds for Charity. Since its inception, the IDX Gala has raised nearly £1.6 million for Futures for Kids, and it gives us great pleasure to support them again this year, and all the wonderful work that they do. The Gala dinner is held on the 8th June and we certainly hope to see you there.

If you would like to meet us at IDX please visit We have limited time-slots available so do request one as soon as possible.