Surveillance: A Time to be Bold
Non-financial risk managers say they are often torn between meeting regulatory requirements and detecting, mitigating, or preventing genuine risks. And they may be forced to choose between innovation (in both technology and methodological sophistication) and the status quo, or business as usual.
1LoD’s Surveillance Leaders’ Network in June delved into these opposing requirements, asking whether existing surveillance mechanisms are up to scratch.
Download the report to learn why model risk governance has a place in non-financial risk management, and why so many banks refuse to go the whole way with trader profiling.