Leipoldt outlines problems of GRC implementation

Saudi Hollandi Bank's operational risk leader discusses implementation of governance, compliance and risk project

Marc Leipoldt: keep GRC plans simple

Marc Leipoldt, who is head of non-financial risk at Riyadh-based Saudi Hollandi Bank, where he was brought in to institute a governance, risk and compliance project, describes the challenges his team has faced: "GRC is an exercise in managing qualitative and unruly data."

Leipoldt's project aims to bring together disparate control functions in his institution that use much the same data in order to maximise efficiency. GRC is at root a data management exercise, where the challenge is getting

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