Research Report

Too Good to Fail? New Challenges for Risk Management in Financial Services

With regulators, boards and investors heavily scrutinizing risk management practices, effective risk management is more critical than ever. Financial institutions worldwide have initiated risk management measures to address the most glaring deficiencies exposed by the financial crisis. But have they done enough?

  • How is the complex operating environment affecting risk management?
  • What can firms do to send a clear signal about the value they place on risk management?
  • What are the biggest threats to risk management reform?

Get answers to these questions and more in the findings from a survey of risk executives from around the world in early 2011.

This exclusive research report includes results from a survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by SAS, as well as related insights drawn from interviews with industry experts, senior executives and respected commentators. 

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Too Good to Fail? New Challenges for Risk Management in Financial Services

With regulators, boards and investors heavily scrutinizing risk management practices, effective risk management is more critical than ever. How has the risk landscape changed in the past year? What are financial services firms doing now to manage risk more effectively?

Join our panel of experts to review key insights from this year's survey of senior risk professionals, conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit exclusively for SAS.

Featured speakers:

  • Richard Apostolik – President and Chief Executive Officer, Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP)
  • Abhik Sen – Managing Editor, Industry & Management Research, Economist Intelligence Unit
  • David M. Wallace – Global Financial Services Marketing Manager, SAS

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