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Intelligent Risk – PRMIA

Intelligent Risk – PRMIA – October 2016

This issue of Intelligent Risk explores strategic risk and financial institution business models, as well as offers updates on PRMIA initiatives and programs.

Inside this issue:

  • Reputational Risk – “How persistent are the effects of negative reputation events?”
  • National differences in risk culture
  • An interview with PRMIA Director of Learning and Development, Mary Rehm
  • Market-risk cognizance in multi-strategy electronic trading
  • The new SA-CCR capital rules: Bad news for corporate hedgers
  • The data management challenges of FRTB
  • How open banking will change the banking landscape
  • PRMIA member profile
  • PRMIA Risk Management Challenge – 2017
  • PRMIA / MISYS survey on regulatory compliance and the impact on technology


Intelligent Risk - PRMIA - October 2016

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