Fusing risk and finance



Complex organisational structures are de rigueur in today's banks, with various functions distributed across many divisions. Over time, these divisions have become increasingly separate, each requiring its own specialised expertise and customised systems to support its activities. Regulation initially exacerbated this trend, prompting banks to create separate groups with their own systems and calculations to meet their reporting responsibilities. In the past few years, however, the regulators

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