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Issue #44

Issue #44Editor's Letter - Is no news ever truly good news?: Time to escape the endless pressures of day-to-day life and consider the wider picture
News: Wheatley leaves FCA; Libor market manipulation; Foreign exchange rate investigations; Brazil strategy.
Interview: David Dooks, of the British Bankers Association, explains and reports on why it is so effective.
Spotlight - Reputation management: Many companies still do not know how to manage their reputation, as expert Kasper Ulf Nielsen outlines, sharing a proven process for reputation management.
Talent Needed to Meet Rule Book Demands: The Willis Financial Institutions Index 2015 has identified six key “mega trends” which together are changing the financial sector, as Carrie Cook reports.
To Fight or Flee: As regulators increasingly look to examine businesses in greater depth, Nick Kochan looks at the balance between compliance and keeping the business running.
How To... Governance, risk and compliance: buying the right software: Philip Martin warns the financial service sector is littered with examples of the wrong system being built or acquired, as he explores the costs and potential pitfalls of acquiring a software system and provides a suggested approach to ensuring a successful system delivery.
Sharing Scenarios - CEO spoofing: This scenario explores the risk of fraudsters impersonating senior management to instruct staff to make payments to some fraudulent beneficiary.
Regulatory Update: The Basel Committee’s Foreign Exchange Working Group (FXWG); centralising financial regulation at the Bank of England; Basel IV.
Risk Classifications - Utility services outages: RiskBusiness’ Mike Finlay takes a look at the impact on firms of power outages, both localised and national.
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.