Scotiabank’s Daniel Moore on the evolution of the CRO

Data and technology will help risk managers improve risk-adjusted returns

Daniel Moore

Is risk management best served by grouping like-minded risk professionals in one place to develop a disciplined, common approach; or by sprinkling individuals throughout the different business units to promulgate their ideas within the front line?

Daniel Moore, chief risk officer at Scotiabank, has a clear view on this topic. He believes the success of the risk function depends on enmeshing it with elements of the bank’s operations. Within this integrated structure, risk managers can shed their

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