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Streeling is a multifunctional software platform for analysis and valuation of banks and financial institutions.

Made up of independent and combinable modules, Streeling offers a vast range of analysis and reporting functions to support business planning, capital management, scenario analysis, stress testing, regulatory reporting, equity valuation, default probability assessment and benchmarking analysis.

Streeling is the ideal software program to coherently and efficaciously integrate all of the data processing underlying a wide range of financial statement processes and business planning analyses concerning profitability, capital adequacy, risk management and value creation: RAF, ICAAP, Budget, Stress Test, Impairment Test, Regulatory Reporting, Pillar 3, Economic Value Added / Risk Adjusted Performance Measurement.

All of the modules, reporting and indicator parameters can be customized based on users’ specific needs.

Forecasting, Stochastic Simulation & Stress Testing

The Forecasting Simulation & Stress Testing module is a business planning-based model that allows users to generate projections of a bank’s economics according to their own forecast hypotheses and desired time horizon.

Users can easily generate coherent forecast income statements, balance sheets, cash flows and capital ratios, and develop scenario and stress analyses aimed at valuating equity using Discount Cash Flow and EVA models, evaluating future capital adequacy and estimating probability of default and quantification of economic capital and impacts linked to all risk factors, including strategic and reputational risk.

Simulations can be carried out both using a traditional deterministic approach based on specific forecasts and using stochastic simulations based on Monte Carlo method, which provides results in terms of probability distributions.

Own Funds Basel 3

Own Funds is a Regulatory Capital management system that responds efficaciously to the complexities introduced by the Basel 3 regulatory framework. Conceived to readily handle regulatory developments, the module ensures correct application of regulations in a context of calculation reliability and security.

This tool lets users automate calculation of all regulatory capital elements, and provides a reporting system to support regulatory reporting, budgeting and stress test processes.

Regulatory capital calculation can be performed on a consolidated or stand-alone basis, applying either Basel 3 rules defined for the transitional period or those in a fully-phased context. In addition to calculating Regulated Capital final balances, the Own Funds module lets users carry out forecast analyses and simulations.

Leverage Basel 3

With a structure that mirrors that of the Own Funds module, Leverage Basel 3 is dedicated to calculating the leverage ratio according to regulatory specifications.

It can be combined with the Own Funds module so as to automatically gather all the Regulatory Capital data and information necessary to calculate leverage ratio, guaranteeing the coherence and correctness of the values indicated.

Regulatory & Financial Statement Reporting

This module is dedicated to automatically constructing and generating a reporting system for financial statement, regulatory and Pillar 3 reporting, both at the consolidated and stand-alone levels. The reporting system is completely customizable and can be integrated with Microsoft Office Tools.

The module enhances the efficiency of the reporting process and structure, enabling trend and benchmarking analyses and providing decision support tools capable of meeting the information needs of all management levels.

Regulatory Tools

This module is dedicated to the calculation, control, analysis and monitoring of all the information flows concerned with regulatory reporting and capital requirements.

The module lets users:

  • calculate Pillar 1 and Pillar 2 regulatory capital requirements
  • analyze and monitor the quality of input data for calculating capital requirements
  • control quality, monitor the trend and periodically validate output for regulatory reporting.