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This webinar, part of our enhanced Go-To-Market Enablement program for FSI partners, will provide the opportunity to  join our experts weekly to learn more and stay updated about SAP FSI solutions.

In this “Analytics for  Finance” session,  you will get an overview of how SAP and its FSI partners will continue to innovate and lead in this space in 2013. Subsequent sessions will address key subtopics in this solution domain (see list at the bottom).

Event Details

Speaker: Thomas Boerner, Global Solution Manager

Target Audience: Webinar tailored for executives and customer-facing sales and pre-sales teams.

Target Regions: ALL REGIONS; Duration: 60 min (maximum)

Description

This session explains in detail the functions of “SAP Impairment Management for Banking”. This new solution addresses the increasing demand in managing risk provisions for financial instruments efficiently. Seamlessly embedded in the AFI subledger in Bank Analyzer, SAP Impairment Management helps banks streamline and centralize the process of risk provisioning and thus reduces cost of operation.    

   

We expect many existing AFI customers to add SAP Impairment Management to their existing AFI solution, and are convinced at the same time that SAP Impairment Management will generate a lot of interest for Bank Analyzer AFI at banks that do not yet use this subledger for their financial instruments.

Agenda

  • Overview
  • Solution architecture
  • Functions
  • Value proposition for customers
  • Value proposition for partners

Topics covered in upcoming webinars part of this series:

1.     Analytics for Finance – Finance Transformation: Overview

1.1.   Analytics for Finance I: Impairment Management (this session)

1.2.   Analytics for Finance II: Financial Close & Financial Reporting

2.    Analytics for Finance Performance Management

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