Technological advances, volatile markets and a continuing economic crisis make for fertile soil for fraud. Whether driven by need or greed, fraudsters keep the world’s financial institutions under constant pressure. It is no longer enough just to investigate fraud after it happens, companies need…
This paper examines the potential impact of recent proposed changes in the public sector on IT security risks. All public sector IT departments must be extra vigilant in these times to ensure that organisational change & modifications to working practices do not increase vulnerability to data…
Learn about the experiences of the Unipol Group in becoming compliant with the EU’s Solvency II Directive. This was part of a holistic approach to risk management in the company: managers of risk, operational risk, compliance, controls law 262/2006 and business processes, plus internal auditors.
Financial institutions remaining competitive within a volatile economy depends on their capacity to manage risk. This white paper identifies five key risk management solutions that financial services organisations should adopt to aid their decision making process and to limit their risk exposure.
With exchange-traded funds gaining traction among Asian institutional investors, a key aim for Credit Suisse is finding the balance between performance and risk, while offering regional clients round-the-clock access to relevant products.
Governance, risk & compliance programmes evolve to keep pace with changes in business conditions, market opportunities and regulatory requirements. Under review is how operational governance can be key to GRC initiatives in helping enterprises meet their goals and protect them from potential risks.
Solvency II introduces a new EU-wide regulatory approach to determine capital adequacy for meeting an insurer’s true risks. Due to come into force in 2012, Solvency II promises a more sophisticated ‘risk-based’ form of supervision that will require many insurers to augment their risk management…
Securitised debt has, at best, played a supporting role in Asia over the past decade or so. No sooner did issuers and investors begin to embrace the product than it met an unexpected hurdle that took the wind out of its sails.
This white paper demonstrates that the consumerisation of IT can bring positive benefits to a business. However, we cannot ignore the new security challenges that this merging of business and social environments creates.
69% of organisations have been ordered, as part of a legal action, to produce employee email. This white paper discusses what drives organisations in both heavily regulated and less regulated industries to retain email and other electronic content.