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Issue #43

Issue #43Editor's Letter - A Greek tragedy – challenge or opportunity?: It’s been a tense few weeks for Greece. Will the country emerge successfully from its problems?
 
News: Analysis of the major news stories of the past few weeks, covering the Greek debt crisis, banking conduct, JPMorgan’s $200m settlement and Barclays’ CEO sacking
 
If You Ask Me - Ravi Gupta: Operational risk manager Ravi Gupta provides a different perspective on corporate culture, ethics and conduct.
 
Spotlight - Why your employees are your biggest cyber threat: Regular columnist and digital communications expert Jeremy Swinfen Green explains why employees are your biggest online threat.
 
Regulatory Update: The Basel Committee releases an update on corporate governance and the PRA and FCA publish new remuneration rules.
 
Safe or Sorry?: We take a look at the complicated impact of safety measures on risk.
 
How To... Conduct a bow-tie analysis: Certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt Max Cardew provides a step-by-step guide of how to conduct a full bow-tie analysis from start to finish.
 
Cyber : The Intangible Peril: Can we ever really know the full potential of the global cyber threat? We take a look at recent developments in cyber defence to try and answer this question, including a new report commissioned by Lloyd’s.
 
Sharing Scenarios - Staff bullying or victimisation by supervisors or managers: This month, our scenarios feature explores the repercussions of workplace bullying and victimisation and how this can result in a hostile or oppressive working environment
 
Risk Classifications - Online data fraud and deception schemes for profit: RiskBusiness’ Mike Finlay takes a look at the major financial implications on firms that are victims of phone scamming, phishing and online data fraud and deception.
 
Dear CEO: Every month an anonymous chief risk officer of a financial services firm writes a letter to the CEO detailing some of the issues they have always wanted to raise.