‘The ghost in the machine’: Managing technology risk
Technological risks are becoming more prominent—and more dangerous. Six principles can guide banks as they manage them.
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Transforming enterprise risk management for value in the insurance industry
Leading insurers are retooling the role of their risk function from incident response and compliance to an essential partner in advancing the business strategy.
SREP: How Europe’s banks can adapt to the new risk-based supervisory playbook
The first round of Europe’s new supervisory process is in the books, and the next one is under way. Banks are likely to face new challenges from heightened supervisory expectations.
Price to win under interest-rate liberalization at China’s banks
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Geostrategic risks on the rise
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The future of bank risk management
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How private-equity owners lean into turnarounds
PE-backed companies outperform their public counterparts during periods of distress because the owners play a more active role in management.
A best-practice model for bank compliance
Tighter compliance regulations have challenged financial institutions in a variety of ways. Yet those who adapt best may enjoy a distinct competitive advantage.
Taking the stress out of operational-risk stress testing
Financial institutions are facing heightened supervisory scrutiny, but those that establish a structured and calibrated approach to operational-risk stress testing will thrive.
Getting a better handle on currency risk
When exchange rates are volatile, companies rush to stem potential losses. What risks should they hedge—and how?