Banks turn to op risk managers for answers to liquidity and counterparty risk issues

Editor's blog

More and more operational risk managers are being asked to look at and take ownership of liquidity risk and counterparty risk. As budgets continue to be squeezed at more financial services firms, this trend looks likely to continue at least in Europe and North America. Convergence has become a buzz word again as firms seek to maximise efficiency while reducing costs, is the trend towards using operational risk managers as liquidity risk and counterparty risk managers simply a way of minimising

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