Sponsored webinar: Where does responsibility lie with operational risk?

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Operational failure has played a role in almost every catastrophic loss that has taken place over the past 20 years. In fact, some people argue the 2008 financial crisis was largely the result of a series of massive operational failures. It's natural to ask whether there is a better approach to managing and taking responsibility for operational risk – that might have either prevented or mitigated many of these events. After the crisis, financial services institutions are looking at either

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