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  • Getting on board
    Why business model risk is a strategic risk.
  • Risk Angles: Five questions on financial crime
    This issue of Risk Angles answers five questions on financial crime and takes a closer look at the use of Big Data to proactively address fraud risk.
  • Risk transformation
    Aligning risk and the pursuit of shareholder value.
  • Outsourcing amid complexity
    Risks and challenges organizations should consider at each key phase of the outsourcing lifecycle, from defining the strategy to managing ongoing operations.
  • Risk Intelligent proxy disclosures – 2013: Trending upward
    What board level risk-related practices are companies disclosing?
  • Risk Angles: Five questions on aligning risk and value
    This issue of Risk Angles answers five questions on aligning risk and value. Then, takes a closer look at how the financial services industry is addressing risk.
  • Risk Angles: Five questions on the impact of tax risk
    This issue of Risk Angles discusses five questions about the growing concern over tax risk and examines one of the drivers of that concern, FATCA.
  • Risk Angles: Five questions on strategic risk
    This issue of Risk Angles answers five questions about strategic risk and offers fresh insights on how companies can use strategic risk analysis to both protect and create business value.
  • Aligning risk and the pursuit of shareholder value
    This whitepaper presents the business case for achieving risk transformation and presents the issues that executives and boards should consider addressing.
  • Risk Angles: Five questions on the evolution of cyber security
    This issue of Risk Angles discusses how an evolutionary approach to cyber security is key to staying ahead of cyber criminals — and the competition.
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