The GSOC 2021 collaboration between Open Risk and the Hydra Ecosystem - Project Wrap-Up Google Summer of Code 2021 came and went amid the still ongoing worldwide pandemic experience. Open Risk was happy to join forces with the Hydra Ecosystem in exploring a proof-of-concept for next generation API’s using Hydra. The project aimed to guide students (here and here) to build a hypermedia enabled REST service that can serve standardized credit portfolio data.
A GSOC 2021 summer project collaboration between Open Risk and the Hydra Ecosystem Summer is underway and for the Google Summer of Code 2021 season Open Risk is happy to join forces with the Hydra Ecosystem. The project aims to guide students to build a hypermedia enabled REST service around standardized credit portfolio data. More specifically the project will build a REST service as backend for a hypothetical banking entity that collects and disseminates credit portfolio data conforming to an established public standard (the EBA NPL templates, see below).
Google Summer of Code Ideas List Page: Over the course of the years we have seen many an open source project that we love and use daily participate as mentoring organizations in Google’s great communal activity. This year Open Risk applied to join the effort to promote open source, in particular as it applies in the less visited area of financial risk management. The following is a list of ideas for projects where students can participate (subject to us getting approved as mentoring organization!
Risk Management Internship: In finance, it’s the best of times, it’s the worst of times It is a special moment to start a career in financial services. We are walking amid the ruins of the previous financial order. Fallen banks, broken markets, negative interest rates, shell-shocked economies and discredited theoretical assumptions. We see the enormous cost and impact to the welfare of society of a less than perfect financial system which has not kept pace with the advancement of our general knowledge and technical capabilities in most other domains.
One of the many good suggestions during early beta testing of the Open Risk website was to create a forum for risk management professionals to exchange news, ideas, opinions and general banter about their trade. This led to the building and rolling out of the Risk Forum, which is now live and ready. Access to the RiskForum for posting requires Open Risk registration. Update Oct 2021: We are now moving online forums to a new platform
Open Risk is proud to be funded by the FIWARE FINODEX accelerator! Finodex, the European accelerator for ICT projects based on Open Data and FIWARE technologies, has already chosen over one hundred projects via two open calls for proposal. This week the results of the second call evaluation closed in last September have been published, and 52 projects from a total of 297 have been chosen by a panel of experts.
Open Risk Presentation summarizing the Public Beta Phase: Overview of the motivation for initiating Open Risk and the solutions being delivered in the current phase. Venue: Online Location: The world Time: September 18th 2014 Link to presentation: Open Risk Overview
A CrashCourse (short course) introducing the Open Risk Academy for first time users is now available here.
Direct feedback of your experience with the website is much appreciated, but we thought also of simplifying and streamlining the process based on an online survey. It is available here (Now Closed) and it will be open in this form until the end of beta testing Thanks for participating! Open Risk
As of April 8 (late at night 🙂) the Open Risk website is uploaded and ready for alpha testing!
Hello World This is the first Open Risk post! Godspeed.