Project Ellipse: real-time data and the ‘art of the possible’

BIS’s Andrew McCormack and MAS’s Kenneth Gay talk about phase two of the suptech project

The technical foundations of SupTech

Which banks are most exposed to Evergrande? What is their current liquidity ratio and what will happen after a stress event? These are the sorts of questions that the Bank for International Settlements-led Project Ellipse aims to answer. 

The suptech project – which reported the findings of its second phase today (March 31) – combines real-time unstructured news streams with structured regulatory data and network analytics. 

Andrew McCormack is head of the BIS Innovation Hub in Singapore

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