MORS Blog

What does it mean to be available in Microsoft AppSource?

MORS has been officially available in Microsoft’s AppSource and Microsoft Azure Marketplace since December 2021.  We are proud to be among the thousands of cloud-ready business applications integrated with Microsoft that are built by industry-leading software providers. This means that more banks can easily purchase, deploy, and manage MORS. Before the pandemic, the banking industry […]

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Meet the MORS team!

Diversity is our Identity Nigel Lee CEO When not in CEO mode, I’m first and foremost a husband and a father, spending time getting up to all sorts of mischief with my wonderful family. On top of that, I’m a musician, music lover and avid movie watcher. I also love the outdoors, from hiking to […]

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Case Study – Integrated Treasury and ALM

Large Nordic Savings Bank Selects MORS as its Robust and Mission Critical Treasury and ALM System One of the Nordics largest Savings Banks had been outsourcing their Treasury and ALM activities to third party consultants. As the bank grew, it adopted a strategy to bring much of this work back in house. Such a strategy […]

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Visualisation Climate Risk

Understanding how Climate and Environmental risks can drive all financial risks at a bank, such as Credit, Market, and Liquidity risks, is a formidable challenge for any bank – so how should this be done? Watch the video to find out more!

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Funds transfer pricing – What is it and why it is important for banks

Funds Transfer Pricing is a common method in banking. Though, it can be quite a complex thing. Therefore, we have written this article where FTP is covered from A to Z. What is Funds Transfer Pricing (FTP) in the first place? The basic objective of Funds Transfer Pricing (FTP) is to establish an internal reference […]

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Managing Climate Risk in Banks – Transition risk, what is it and how does it manifest itself?

Transition risk is focusing how changing climate affects investors by disruptions to certain businesses and assets.

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Climate Risks in Banks – Recent Updates in the Field

Continuing the theme of climate risks in banks and financial institutions, there were some notable news items and developments last week. 1. Firstly, Mr. Frank Elderson, Member of the Executive Board of the ECB and Vice-Chair of the Supervisory Board of the ECB, made a keynote speech at the Financial Market Authority’s Supervisory Conference in […]

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Managing Climate Risks in Banks – Mortgage Lending, Affordability, Insurability, and the Role of Covered Bonds in Europe

This article follows our previous blog post: ‘Part 1 | Climate risk is forcing banks towards integrated risk management software’, and is one of many of our climate risk related articles. In this article, we’ll cover what banks should consider whilst trying to understand the repercussions of climate risk, specifically some of the wider ramifications […]

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Financial Risk Management – A View from the Bridge

Comparing 2021 with 1990’s by MORS Software’s Co-founder and CEO, Mika Mustakallio Over the years there have been many reasons for the practice of Financial Risk Management in banks to pull its socks up and evolve. From regional market shocks to the global financial crisis, currency devaluations, mortgage price drops, the stock exchange falls, and […]

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Treasury & Asset Liability Management software -what is in demand?

At the time of writing, Europe is increasingly opening up after around 1,5 years of dealing with the pandemic. The vaccination campaigns seem fairly effective, at least for the time being. We are seeing increasing levels of return to normalcy in doing business. But as many say, there is no going back to the way […]

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