Bill Schlich and Hank Prybylski expound on how and why an organisation-wide view of risk is still an aspiration for many banks
Efficiently managing risk on a global scale, although a goal for many financial institutions, remains an aspiration for the world's largest banks. That was one of major findings of a recent survey of 48 C-level executives from 36 of the largest global banks, which revealed that only 14% of respondents have a comprehensive view of risk across the various business lines and risk dimensions.
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