Real-Time Risk Management Now

Dale Stevens, head of capital markets, SAS UK

A financial institution’s concern for risk naturally fluctuates according to proximity to previous crises. With the world still caught in the wake of the 2008 financial meltdown, markets wobbling, and risk management practices exposed through headlines about rogue trading, now is the time for banks to address the inadequacies of their current approaches to risk and drive toward real time. This will, of course, be a major challenge and require serious investments of both time and money, but with

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