Cost of control: balancing risk and expense

Cost of control

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Banks face a tough set of challenges. Regulators are drawing up an assortment of new rules on capital, liquidity, and recovery and resolution, while some institutions are undergoing complex integrations, divestments and restructuring. One issue cuts through all this change: risk management.

Plenty of questions need to be asked: are banks doing enough risk management; is there total transparency of the risks being run; what level of risk is acceptable; and for what return should those risks be

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