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Issue #62

Issue #62Editor's Letter - How quickly we forget: The short termism and lack of oversight which drove the financial crisis looks set to make a reappearance, at least in the context of the future of US banking regulation, writes Carrie Cook.
 
News: Analysis of the major risk-related news stories of the past few weeks, including the latest on RBS, the Rolls-Royce scandal, corporate governance developments and more.
 
If you ask me... Why do industry scandals keep happening?: Industry misconduct scandals are seemingly never ending and cost banks billions to resolve. We know what occurred in these risk events, but do we know why? Dr Patrick McConnell shares his views.
 
Spotlight - Cyber incident classification: RiskBusiness’ Mike Finlay explores the need for a separate classification taxonomy to accommodate the plethora of complex and evolving cyber incidents.
 
Regulatory Update: An update on recent regulatory developments including concerns about DLT, the CMA’s final order on Open Banking and a policy statement from the FCA and PRA on enforcement processes.
 
Three Lines: the good, the bad and the ugly: Jonathan Howitt offers a critical viewpoint on the Three Lines of Defence model for operational risk management.
 
Blockchain and risk management: all you need to know: Mark Elkommos from HSBC USA takes us through the potential benefits and pitfalls of the widespread adoption of blockchain technology in financial institutions.
 
Scenario analysis: challenges and quantitative techniques: Michael Grimwade on the challenges of undertaking scenario analysis, quantitative techniques for producing better estimates of impacts and likelihoods and how to objectively validate them.
 
Dear CEO: Every month, an anonymous senior executive of a financial services firm writes a letter to the CEO about concerns they have always wanted to raise.