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Issue #46

Issue #46Editor's Letter - Who to blame?: As Volkswagen looks for someone to blame for the emissions scandal it highlights the ever-present issue of people risk, says Liz Booth.
News: Analysis of the major risk news stories of the past few weeks, including the Volkswagen scandal, global crash warnings from the IMF and more.
If You Ask Me - Annie Searle: Our regular columnist and risk expert Annie Searle ponders the various aspects of people risk and gives advice on how to address it in your firm.
Spotlight - Whistleblowing: As new guidelines are released in the UK for whistleblowing, Billy Stevens takes a look at the challenges surrounding the issue and how firms should tackle the stigma associated with speaking out.
Regulatory Update: An update on recent regulatory developments, including new OTC guidelines from FINRA in the US, a consultation from the UK's FCA on writing references and the Basel Committee's decision to drop AMA.
Interview - Bennett Arron: We meet comedian, writer and identity theft victim turned speaker, Bennett Arron and review his book, "Heard the One About Identity Theft?"
Sharing Scenarios - Front-running: This month, the scenario explores the topic of front-running, a subject which has recently had its share of media and market attention due to the continual growth of so-called dark pools.
How To... Relocate: The Risk Universe’s Billy Stevens takes a look at some of the issues involved in relocation and provides a step-by-step guide to doing so.
Relocating to Mauritius: Continuing on the theme from our How to piece, Max Fulton shares his own experience of relocating to Mauritius – and helping firms to do the same.
Risk Classifications - Policy and claims application and documentation fraud: RiskBusiness’ Mike Finlay takes a look at a risk category which perpetrators often consider a form of victimless crime, namely fraudulent insurance claims.
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.