Samad-Khan quits SAS

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Samad-Khan, a long-time fixture in the op risk industry and the founder of OpRiskAnalytics – a software and consulting firm that he sold to SAS in June 2003 – had been rumoured for a while to have been unhappy with his partnership with the larger firm. Most people in the industry had expected him to leave SAS as soon as he was contractually able to do so.

The new consulting firm, based in Stamford, Connecticut, is also said to have several other staff members who had originally worked at

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