Improving risk governance throughout the organization

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Corporate governance is a hot topic with financial regulators and legislators world-wide who are pushing for tighter rules they hope will prevent future crises and help make regulation more effective. Their main objective is to remedy the perceived failure of financial institutions to apply appropriate and effective corporate governance and controls across key business areas and to put an end to practices and a culture that encouraged excessive risk taking. In the wake of the crisis, a raft of

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