For Whom Excel Tolls

Risk

It is no exaggeration to say that Wall Street and The City of London would grind to a halt without Microsoft Excel. The spreadsheet software is a ubiquitous presence in almost every workplace and at key points in every business cycle. However, a widespread focus on reporting requirements and transparency has drawn renewed attention to the flaws and potential operational risks posed by spreadsheet use within the financial markets.

Most of these vulnerabilities will come as no surprise to users

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