Transforming To a Holistic View of Risk

Leong, Chris
January 2009
Bank Technology News;Jan2009, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p26
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the financial crisis which forces banks to take a holistic view of risk management. He notes that looking at the processes which include the transparency between systems and technology is needed. He notes that the process of risk management is fragmented, however, he suggests that it is necessary to focus on the intersection which includes the deployment of new systems and the implementation of organizational risk monitoring and process reevaluation.


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