Large-scale frauds bring op risk under scrutiny

Financial Crime

WASHINGTON, DC & ANTIGUA - Allen Stanford's alleged $8 billion fraud is the latest in a series of large-scale financial crime events. Questions are being asked as to why these large-scale frauds have remained undiscovered for so long, and whether operational risk managers have enough access to, or influence with, the key people or areas of the business where the op risks lay. "Fraud continues to be high on the list of priorities for management, risk management and regulators, but however many

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