Operational Risk & Regulation - Volume 11/Issue 7
Articles in this issue
Sheen: The FSA's go-to guy for op risk
Andrew Sheen at the UK Financial Services Authority has rapidly become one of the most respected experts in operational risk, perhaps due to his clear vision of where the profession needs to go and what it must do to get there.
Smartphone banking has limited mobility
Mobile banking using smartphones is the next frontier for retail banking, but banks have been slow to venture into this new territory
Sponsored webinar: Improving risk governance throughout the organisation
Regulators and legislators are pushing for improvements in risk governance and reporting at financial institutions; firms simply cannot afford not to strengthen their governance and reporting frameworks. Victoria Tozer-Pennington reports
Op risk managers need to turn on the charm
Op risk practitioners are being asked to display more people skills, which will help them to embed an operational risk culture across their firms. But even the most charismatic of managers stand little chance of being promoted above their credit and…
Governance, risk & compliance sponsored roundtable: Taking a holistic approach
A panel convened by Operational Risk & Regulation talks candidly about how the concept of governance, risk & compliance has been slow to gain traction in the industry. But, despite the challenges of implementing a holistic framework, the benefits can be…
Clear and present danger
Transparency is a concept that has been bandied about by banks a lot lately, usually when they know the press is watching. But just how transparent are banking practices, and just how clear is the Basel approach to operational risk?
Aon takes a measured approach to GRC implementation
Aon Corporation, a global provider of risk management services, insurance and reinsurance brokerage, has opted for a more measured approach to adopting a GRC platform by starting with an upgrade of its existing Sarbanes-Oxley (Sox) compliance system and…