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Issue #64

Issue #64Editor's letter - The untouchables: Editor Carrie Cook reflects on recent revelations about the role played by senior management and the Bank of England in the Libor manipulation scandal.
 
News: Analysis of the major risk-related news stories of the past few weeks, including Libor, Brexit preparations, Wells Fargo and Barclays’ whistleblowing debacle.
 
Getting qualified: The Risk Universe shortlists the best qualifications currently available for operational risk professionals and provides an overview of their main features and content in this handy guide.
 
Regulatory update: An update on recent regulatory developments, including the latest on MiFID II, a final report from ESMA on securities financing transaction regulations and a new appointment at the CFTC.
 
Doing the right thing: Companies need to get to grips with building an ethical culture based on integrity and honesty, or face the consequences, writes Danielle Rowland Lindahl from TRACE International.
 
Why risk management fails: Chizubel Egwudo examines the common underlying causes of failure in risk management and provides guidance on how to overcome these challenges within your organisation.
 
The infinite cyber perimeter: IT expert Chris Rivinus looks at the importance of soft skills and positive reinforcement in managing cyber risk in a world where perimeters are infinite and scare tactics have proven unsuccessful.
 
Arguing the case for cyber incident classification: RiskBusiness’ Mike Finlay explains the benefits of having a dedicated cyber incident classification element within your operational risk classification taxonomy.
 
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.