Moody’s Analytics, a leading provider of financial intelligence, announced the debut of the CAP solution, a cloud-based collaborative risk and analytics modeling platform.
The CAP solution uniquely addresses the risk modeling lifecycle by offering risk management professionals direct access to the same models, data, and expertise that Moody’s Analytics uses in-house to develop and monitor its own industry-leading analytics.
From model development to execution and monitoring, the CAP solution helps financial institutions make informed modeling decisions while lowering the overall cost of ownership to build, maintain, and support models. It also drives business efficiencies by streamlining risk management practices among an organization’s front-, middle-, and back-offices—a recognized industry best practice.
With its debut, clients using the CAP solution can both create and manage their own internal models from their own data, or incorporate Moody’s Analytics proprietary data, analytics, and modeling frameworks from numerous award-winning solutions. This flexibility enables risk management professionals to establish processes that meet their business and risk management goals.
The cloud-based CAP solution delivers scalable computing power and expert model workflows to manage the analytics-development process, as well as key performance indicators to offer deeper insight to risk management professionals.
The platform supports both proprietary and open source programming languages. With flexible and real-time API functionality, risk models housed on the platform can seamlessly integrate with client systems and Moody’s Analytics tools.
“The next generation of model risk management is here with the CAP solution; we are evolving our risk management solutions by providing access to our expertise, analytics, and processes, while simultaneously lowering our clients’ costs of ownership,” said Mehna Raissi, Senior Director of Product Management at Moody’s Analytics.
“Our vision is to connect the end-to-end model lifecycle process with an organization’s scoring, origination, impairment, and capital-planning needs—the ultimate best practice for any organization.”