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New regulatory frameworks, a scarcity of skills and new model types – such as those based on artificial intelligence (AI) – make managing the cost of model risk more challenging than ever. As a result, many financial institutions are looking for ways to industrialise the process. To meet this demand, has created a model risk management (MRM) platform called Chiron that covers the full lifecycle of model validation.

Chiron is a modular generic solution that covers all risk model types. It makes use of AI to enable continuous model testing and validation on an enterprise-wide scale. The platform helps increase the efficiency and consistency of validation through the use of templated scripts, and keeps track of the linkage between data, analytics and reports, improving the reproducibility of the validation process. Modern big data technology is leveraged to scale computations for large datasets, and workflow engines effectively execute business processes.

Because a large part of MRM involves analysis of data quality and industrialisation of processes, Chiron centralises all data and provides sophisticated methods for data cleaning and quality management. It can generate model validation documents compliant with the most strict regulatory frameworks, such as Bank of England Policy Statement 7/18 and the US Federal Reserve’s Supervision and Regulation Letter (SR) 11-7.

MRM often requires the interaction between many different people from various teams through complex business processes. Examples include requests for independent model review, determination of whether an algorithm is a model or a tool, and requests for model dispensation. Such processes can be modelled through a standard language called Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN). Chiron can interact with BPMN engines for improved efficiency and transparency of their MRM-related business processes.  The object model of a model inventory needs to be able to change quickly, driven by shifts in business and algorithm requirements. In addition, the inventory has to be able to represent relationships between business processes in a natural manner. For these reasons, the model landscape should be represented as an object-dependency graph. Chiron can integrate with graph databases, which allows users to organise MRM results in a more natural fashion. claims that its platform enables clients to reduce the cost of model validation by a factor of 10. In addition, monitoring functionality can detect model failure earlier, leading to improved models and lower capital requirements. And, critically, Chiron enables institutions to own the validation process rather than outsourcing it.

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