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Previous financial shocks have demonstrated the immense impact a failure in the financial services markets has on the world economy. Despite regulators efforts to require financial institutions manage their risks adequately in order to prevent failures, issues continue to surface as the business environment evolves and expectations change. Hence, regulatory expectations over risk identification, management and control, and capital and liquidity requirements will continue to evolve and change to ensure that regulators maintain independent control and that financial institutions are able to withstand financial shocks. Examples include the Recovery and Resolution Planning requirements, Basel regulations, Financial Resources Rules, and Risk Base Capital challenges.
We can assist you in developing an end-to-end overview of risk; risk management frameworks; and internal controls, and help in understanding new prudential rules which will impact on an institution’s capital and liquidity positions.