Adapt to a new risk management order
Risk management is taking on a new level of importance. Discover why banks must get up to speed on the latest risk governance and control practices.
| Banks halfway into a 15-year risk transformation |
Our seventh bank risk management survey, in cooperation with the Institute of International Finance, examines the state of cybersecurity, risk appetite, risk culture and more.
| Too important to ignore: how banks can get a grip on operational risk |
On banks’ risk dashboard, the signal for operational risk is – or should be – flashing red. Over the past ten years, losses from operational risk have soared.
| Banks focus on non-financial risk |
EY panelists and Andrés Portilla of the Institute of International Finance (IIF) discuss the biggest surprises from 2015’s risk survey of financial institutions. Two minute recap and full Webcast>
| Rethinking risk management |
Our sixth annual risk management survey finds banks are changing their approach to risk management, creating proactive methods to manage non-financial risks and making front-office staff more accountable.
| An international regulatory push for enhanced risk governance |
The implications of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s (BCBS) revised Corporate Governance Principles for Banks and the shift in regulatory expectations for enhanced risk governance are explored by EY’s Global Regulatory Network.
| Top and emerging risks: Improving identification and oversight of key risks facing large banks |
The Bank Governance Leadership Network explores how boards and supervisors can improve oversight on the risks that could bring down an individual bank or have a broader systemic impact, including systemic risk, strategic risk intensified by increasing disruption, persistent conduct challenges and the growing cyber threat.
| Risk Governance 2020: From satisfactory to effective and sustainable |
EY’s RG2020 is an integrated framework that enables better management of short- and long-term risks – both financial and non-financial.
| Managing exposure and vulnerability to cybersecurity risk |
Banks need to fully understand workflows through the back, middle and front offices and apply data analytics that detect anomalies in the way employees, suppliers and customers behave.
| “Onus on the industry to deliver” |
Watch: Colin Church, Citigroup, Chief risk officer EMEA, and Patricia Jackson and Hank Prybylski, EY risk management advisers, share their top learnings from the 2014 risk survey of major financial institutions. Two-minute recap> Full webcast on demand>
| Risk culture at the forefront of banking |
Take a closer look at the five themes that emerged from our study of risk management practices at 52 banks.
| Banks report dramatic changes in risk culture |
Shifting focus: Risk Culture at the forefront of banking, our fifth annual risk management survey, completed in cooperation with the Institute of International Finance (IIF), finds banks focusing more closely than ever on culture and conduct.
| Building more effective risk appetite frameworks |
Banks need to move risk appetite plans from high-level statements to practical application. Learn the key attributes of an effective risk appetite framework.
| Remaking financial services: Banking risk management survey 2013 |
Our fourth annual survey on banking risk management, conducted with the Institute of International Finance, sees a renewed focus on risk culture – and the challenges chief risk officers are facing to get buy-in for such an approach with their organizations.
| Banking risk management survey 2012 |
Our third annual survey on banking risk management, conducted with the Institute of International Finance, finds that practices to manage enterprise-wide risk have evolved yet lack adequate integration and transparency.