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Winning in the New Risk Environment

Banking and securities outlook


When we look back at the near-collapse of the financial system in 2008, is it possible we will see the beginning of an era when banks have the tools and infrastructure in place to measure, monitor and manage customer and transactional data and total exposures across legal entities, business units, locations, and product lines?

Is it likely that financial institutions will put in place a better enterprise-wide approach to data management and governance that can “peer through” the walls of operating silos to identify emerging patterns of risk that span their legal and operating structures, both domestically and internationally?

In December 2009, Deloitte’s Center for Banking Solutions published its "Outlook 2010," summarizing five trends that would dominate the banking and securities industry. Efforts to improve core IT systems and data aggregation was one of those trends. We now look at aggregating data so banks may get a comprehensive view of the risks they are managing.

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