Building Sustainable Risk IntelligenceTM in Banking and Securities
The role of learning and development in the new regulatory environment
After the global economic meltdown in September 2008, the perspective of financial institutions changed dramatically on how they would address risk issues and regulatory demands. Organizations, that once practiced high risk for high return decision-making, are now more inclined to build and execute stronger compliance and risk management programs.
Banking and securities institutions specifically, are becoming less and less tolerant toward runaway risks. However, keeping in view the long term growth that is vital for these institutions, their risk management practices must equally move beyond responding to immediate requests from regulators to a sustainable risk intelligent capability model.
Building Sustainable Risk IntelligenceTM in Banking and Securities unfolds the implications of the new regulatory environment, charting the events from 2009 to 2013. It discusses how aligning talent to an organization's risks agenda is the key to long term sustainable result and focuses on:
- The two E's and F of sustainability
- Involvement of the entire management
- Developing a formal and informal compliance and risk management learning agenda
- Making the people ready
- Actions to take
Additionally, the report charts out the timeline from 2009 to 2013 on the vital happenings for regulating financial instruments that have already occurred and/or will happen in the coming times.
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Meet our people
- Steve Hatfield, Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
- Hope Hughes, Director, Deloitte Consulting LLP
- Josh Haims, Senior Manager, Deloitte Consulting LLP
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