A key risk indicator approach to mitigating rogue trading behaviour

KRIs for rogue trading are vital defence against multi-billion-dollar losses from unauthorised trading


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Recent history shows that unauthorised trading activity – rogue trading – by employees is a material recurring risk for banks and financial institutions. Since the actor is usually socially inconspicuous, and since the associated financial damage does not necessarily have to be verifiable through classic valuation methods (such as financial statements), it is very difficult for banks and financial institutions to uncover such fraudulent behaviour.

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