Operational risk reigns down in Africa

Towards salvation

Africa after the rain

It was a busy start to the year for the discipline of operational risk management in Africa. In February, the Central Bank of Kenya announced that most institutions in the country now possessed independent risk management functions, splitting away from previous associations under internal audit. Two weeks later, Nigeria hosted its first international operational risk conference, attended by representatives from across the continent and beyond. Then at the end of the month, the Financial Action

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