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A roundtable discussion hosted by OpRisk&Compliance and sponsored by BearingPoint explored the difficulties around obtaining robust risk information and disseminating intelligence back into the organisation. Moderated by Ellen Davis
Industry experts gathered for a roundtable discussion in New York at the end of May to debate the ways firms acquire and use information about risks. Moderated by Ellen Davis
Exactly what the role of home and host regulators will be for the regulation of branches under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Mifid) remains an elusive issue. The industry is clear that firms should have to follow only one set regulations,...
In a new OpRisk & Compliance Intelligence survey, sponsored by BearingPoint Management & Technology Consultants, data issues rank high on the risk executive's list of problems. Can Web 2.0 change the face of risk information collection?
Each time a directive is altered in the run-up to implementation, the resulting rewording and reprinting of documentation can prove almost as challenging as getting the changes accepted by the industry. When that directive is as large as Mifid, a whole...
In the first of a series of six articles on Mifid, Victoria Pennington seeks clarification on a number of issues swirling around the best execution debate
Investment firms are relying on scenario analysis to gauge their operational risk.
The connected problems of Basel II and MiFID compliance were the subject of a round table discussion group in London in mid-July
The rush to reach Basel II compliance can present an assortment of roadblocks and hurdles for investment banks, but they don’t have to stall your schedule.
Investment firms have plenty to consider in the race to achieve Basel II and operational risk mandates.
BearingPoint, a Virginia-based business-consulting firm, has released survey findings showing wasteful spending and duplication of efforts around risk management and financial transparency in leading financial institutions.
Today's CIOs are cutting costs, addressing increased regulatory pressure, and exploring new, cheaper technologies. But are they also introducing more risk into the firm?
TOKYO - Some Japanese financial institutions need to improve their op risk management, according to a report released in March by the Bank of Japan (BOJ).
Three of Germany's largest Landesbanken and the consultancy BearingPoint are planning to bring a credit loss database (CLD) that they are developing jointly to the market in the second half of this year. The tool is being designed to comply with the new...