The ICT revolution of the last 20 years has made that transaction volumes and speed have exploded in the financial markets and that reporting requirements have increased, both in content and in timeliness. These transaction and reporting flows that constitute the plumbing of the financial world are rarely mentioned in the newspaper headlines. When they do hit the front page, it is usually because of an operational risk turned reality. Usually, this also leads to the secondary effect of reputational damage. Internal control of all processes related to capital markets operations and the company's risk monitoring and management is therefore on top of the agenda of all layers of management, of stakeholders and of the regulators.