Feature: The New CRO: The Evolution of the Chief Risk Officer

risk management

After the credit crisis of 2008 and in light of some embarrassing risk management failures at Société Générale and, more recently, at UBS, boards and partners are asking for a different kind of risk manager. But how much of a technologist or a leader should the ideal candidate be? By Anthony Malakian

The debate about which qualities make for a great risk manager is endless. Is it a person who can tell when something doesn’t pass the smell test? Or is it someone who has a firm grasp on the

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