Ahmed Adam, senior consultant, market and liquidity risk management, at Thomson Reuters, speaks about the challenges facing the risk management function today
In this interview, Ahmed Adam, senior consultant, market and liquidity risk management, at Thomson Reuters, talks about the challenges and opportunities risk management executives face in today's environment. Questions he answers include:
How can the risk function add value?
How can the risk function identify business opportunities?
Why aren't more risk functions doing this?
How big a change is required?
Is risk management still seen purely as a compliance exercise?
What will the risk function look like in five years?
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