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Issue #29

Issue #29Editor's Letter - Banksters, models and jacks of all trades: The financial services industry is sick, almost in intensive care – what is the cure and can our industry ever recover?
News: Further tales of trader misconduct, fines, new approaches to cyber threats, more on tax evasion and further regulatory investigations.
Of Banksters, Their Molls and the Loot: Who are the winners and who are the ultimate losers in the Russian roulette of modern day banking?
Spotlight - A Jack of All Trades or a Master of none?: The Institute of Operational Risk’s Simon Ashby takes a look at the need for a formal professional operational risk management qualification.
How To... Design an AMA Model: EVMTech draws upon its knowledge and experience to share key issues and concerns relating to designing and implementing capital models.
Crisis? What Crisis?: Proactively establishing a crisis management function is not just prudent, but an essential component of enlightened risk management, according to Peter Power.
Sharing Scenarios - Inappropriate gifts, contributions or bribery for business ends: This month’s scenario takes a look at what appears to be an ever-increasing issue across all industries, namely the payment of bribes and incentives to achieve business ends.
Dear CEO: Every month an anonymous chief risk officer of a financial services firm writes a letter to his CEO detailing some of the issues he has always wanted to raise.
Risk Classifications - End-User developed Application Errors – Model Error: RiskBusiness’ Mike Finlay takes a look at the risk categorisation element of end-user developed model errors.
Classified: Find all your job advertisements here alongside information on upcoming industry events and The Risk Universe monthly comic.