Jeff Roth and Wally Musegades outline how it is possible to reduce exposure through active control management, and for the op risk function to make a positive contribution to business results
Emails are increasingly being used (and demanded) as evidence by US courts, and the implications of this are rippling around the globe. Ellen Davis looks at what international firms need to be doing with their email to ensure they can handle the changing,...
Regulators in the US are cracking down on banks in their stringent anti-money laundering campaign. Nick Kochan looks at the civil penalties being imposed on financial institutions and wonders whether they are entirely justified
For operational risk managers to really make a difference to their firms' fortunes, they must be willing to get their hands dirty and face facts, no matter how scary the facts may be, says Sergio Scandizzo, in the second of a two-part series
ERM in emerging Europe