Annemarie DiCola, Director and CEO of Trepp, spearheads Trepp’s business in the CMBS (Commercial Mortgage- Backed Security), and has widened Trepp’s competence and service offerings into the broader Banking sectors. Wholly-owned by DMG Information—division of the Daily Mail and General Trust (DMGT), Trepp serves its clients with products and services that support trade, research, risk management, surveillance and portfolio management. Through this, Trepp delivers the timeliness, accuracy and breadth of specialized information to help clients make better decisions.
Trepp’s institutional-grade analytics platform propounds an intact picture with diverse reference points for debt, equity, operating, and market performance analysis. Along with this, Trepp offers a data feed option that comprises more than a decade of historical information, for clients who demand the versatility of directly integrating Trepp data with their internal systems. Trepp’s flagship product suite furnishes unique information, research, and surveillance on deals, loans, and properties. With a database that is supported by nearly $800 billion server securities, Trepp’s web-based products deliver a robust set of credit-based analytic tools, daily valuations, event-driven alerts, and news updates to help firms run business on the most up-to-date, accurate information.
Trepp’s practical solution—‘Bank Navigator’ delivers comprehensive surveillance and risk management to financial institutions. It delivers analysis that helps bank executives assess financial performance and risk with detailed financial reports, risk scores and rankings on nearly 12,000 commercial banks, thrifts, and bank holding companies.
Bank Navigator delivers comprehensive surveillance and risk management to financial institutions.
This high-powered product administers bank benchmarking in a time-and cost-efficient manner within a single database. Associ¬ated with Trepp data and an¬alytics, Bank Navigator gives the earliest available intelligence, based on call reports, enforcement actions, and capital raising events. Bank Navigator models produce several measures to iden¬tify potential risk factors within a bank that ascertains preparedness for regulatory compliance and provide third-party valida¬tion of results.
Trepp develops its own set of risk scores that once aggregated, form an institution risk profile. Some of these performance-based metrics include Trepp’s CAMELS score. It provides a comprehensive look into a bank’s performance by scoring on Capital, Assets, Management, Earnings, Liquidity, and Sensitivity. For the preparation of regulatory exams, Trepp’s Watchlist and risk scores leverage T-CAMELS and compares key performance indicators with robust peer analysis.
The firm aims to forecast asset performance, earnings, and capital adequacy under adverse economic and financial market conditions responding to regulatory requests. Further the NY-based firm seeks to create custom peer groups by selecting a unique group of banks for the next generation capability and streamlines the trading workflow process for workgroups using TreppTrade by aggregating pricing information from messages, corporate emails, and attachments.