Standard Chartered's New Risk Architecture

London-based Standard Chartered Bank will next month complete an overhaul of its risk architecture, creating an integrated credit, market operations and liquidity risk system that draws data from across the firm.

"Risk can offer intelligence if it’s integrated with the business side, not segmented," says Eamon Mulligan, business technology manager for Standard Chartered’s risk and information management group. "And that’s how we’re setting up our new enterprise-wide architecture."


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