Financial Performance
& Risk Management

Prologue Risk Manager

Regardless of the size of your financial institution, or the composition of your balance sheet, sound decision-making requires sound information. Prologue Risk Manager provides that information.

Combining technology and industry knowledge, Prologue Risk Manager provides a clear framework for decision-making through planning, analysis and regulatory compliance. By incorporating the impact of all the components that drive an institution’s risk profile, PRM provides comprehensive and accurate risk measurement for better decisions.

Prologue Risk Manager also incorporates simulation engines that give immediate answers to what if questions. This allows your institution to weigh the relative risks and rewards of different business strategies. Each model can test endless interest-rate, liquidity, and credit scenarios and strategy combinations, and all models allow you to examine individual balance sheet components or the balance sheet as a whole.

Versatility is a hallmark of Prologue Risk Manager. It supports multiple charts of accounts and an unlimited number of accounts within any chart, allowing you to view the balance sheet from the regulatory, budgetary and strategic perspectives simultaneously. You can also view results at a level of detail that best matches your ALCO management process. Most commonly used calculations are standard parts of Prologue Risk Manager but additional user-defined calculations may be included, extending your options further.

Prologue Risk Manager provides a comprehensive set of flexible reports and analyses as well, including:

  • Proforma financial statements
  • Comparative reports and analysis
  • Decision graphics
  • Economic value/duration reports
  • Integrated fair value reporting for FAS 107 and FAS 115
  • Simulation audit reports and account details
  • Static and dynamic gap reports


  • Learn More
  • Prologue Risk Manager Brochure
  • Credit Risk Analysis Tools Brochure
  • Bremer Financial Corporation CaseStudy
  • Ocean Bank CaseStudy