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Accenture 2017 GLOBAL RISK STUDY

2017 Global Risk Study – Banking

By the mid-2020s, banking should look very different. By then, the disruptive forces in this decade of change should have consigned time-worn business models to obsolescence. To survive—and thrive—banks should take swift action.

While the risk function is focused on managing new competitors and new risks, it is also expected to drive efficiency and make smart investment choices in people and tech. Banks should consider moving boldly from pockets of innovation to a core, proactive strategy that develops their risk capabilities.

Since 2009, Accenture has conducted regular research to track how risk management is evolving. Our latest study reveals how many of today’s risks—such as cybercrime—also present opportunities. Read the report. Keep pace. And make sure your banking business adapts to drive hidden value from risk.

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Antonio Caldas

Program/Project/Risk manager with 15+ years mix-industry, with a particular emphasis in Banking & Financial Services. Active in risk management, market risk control, front office risk management, product control, change and transformation management, business analysis and business process improvement for global capital markets and investment banking, covering a multiple range of asset classes.

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