Risk Events Monitor

The RISK EVENTS MONITOR is an indispensible information source dedicated to helping risk management personnel at large U.S. banks stay abreast of risk developments. Each report includes:

  • A summary of domestic and international events that pose direct risks for larger U.S. banks and financial institutions.
  • A recap of legislative actions, proposed regulatory rules and enforcement actions among U.S. regulatory agencies involved in financial oversight.
  • Events are organized under nine different types of risk for easy review
  • Tools help identify priority events for your bank

The research staff at Capital Performance Group closely follows risk events using multiple sources to produce a comprehensive, timely, and concise report on risk developments.  We do the work so that risk management personnel can spend their time on more important issues.


  • Keep personnel throughout the organization informed of external risk developments using a single, comprehensive, readily accessible source
  • Make better and faster decisions about how to allocate risk management resources
  • Keep Boards of Directors apprised of risk developments


  1. Capital – changes to markets or regulations that could impact an institutions ability to remain well-capitalized
  2. Liquidity – changes to markets or regulations that could impact an institutions ability to fund its assets
  3. Interest Rate – changes or potential changes to rates
  4. Credit – instances of increased charge-offs or nonperforming loans in a particular credit segment
  5. Operational – when the failure of a system, process, or person results in a loss or penalty
  6. Compliance – when an institution is penalized due to noncompliance with a law or regulation
  7. Fiduciary – when an institution fails to act in the best interest of either shareholders or clients
  8. Reputational – ongoing lawsuits/investigations and settlements of lawsuits
  9. Strategic – changes in the competitive environment of a market that could impact the ability of other institutions to meet their strategic goals


Monthly subscription: $3,000 per month

Quarterly subscription: $7,500 per quarter

The MONITOR can also be customized for your markets and business lines. Pricing for customized reports is available upon request.

For more information, please contact Mary Beth Sullivan at 202-337-7872 or via email. To download a sample report reflecting December 2017 events, click here.