Spreadsheets: How to Excel


Horror stories about the misuse of spreadsheets are rife in the financial services sector. In recent years, there have been a number of examples of regulators fining banks for lack of effective risk management and control, and some of these examples have been said to be linked to the firm being overly reliant on large spreadsheets or having made mistakes in spreadsheets.  

Although not all these cautionary tales have been related to the reference data space, the damage to reputation, monetary

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