2010 global bank risk management survey

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The financial crisis exposed inherent weaknesses in the risk management system: siloed infrastructures, disparate systems and processes, fragmented decision-making, inadequate forecasting and a dearth of cohesive reporting, among others. The impact of these flaws on many institutions shocked the industry. As a result, there has been a seismic shift in attitude toward risk.

In our 2010 annual risk management survey of global banking executives, we examine strategies being used to recover, adapt and advance the business.

Survey highlights:


Read the full 2010 annual global bank risk survey report for complete findings.