Looking for blips on the radar


In the move toward straight-through processing, how do firms assess and manage op risk arising from processes in which people, things and objects are subsumed by an umbrella process located in something that looks like a black box, asks Gerald Sampson

Straight-through processing (STP) of financial market trading and settlement, which means trades would be agreed and settled in a seamless automated process, offers the financial services industry a great tool for reducing operational risk. But STP

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