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Issue #49

Issue #49Editor's Letter - Well intentioned resolutions: Just two weeks into 2016 and those New Year’s resolutions are already a distant memory, says editor Liz Booth.
News: Analysis of the major risk-related news stories of the past few weeks, including what a Brexit could mean for the City, an interesting start to the year for the FCA and JPMorgan tax case update.
Spotlight - What you need to know about big data: John Salmon and Luke Scanlon take us through what firms need to know about the legal and operational risks of handling big data in light of newly agreed EU legislation.
How To... Build a risk culture for the future: Risk expert Horst Simon looks at the steps firms should take to build a risk culture which can withstand emerging threats in a changing world.
Regulatory Update: An update on recent regulatory developments, including FINRA’s priorities for 2016, FTC big data guidelines, Basel’s risk modelling plans and more.
If You Ask Me - Annie Searle: Regular contributor Annie Searle gives her take on what the financial industry can do to help stamp out terrorism.
An old risk in a new risk’s clothing?: Ellen Davis of Thomson Reuters explains why cyber risk will never be off the agenda for operational risk professionals.
Sharing Scenarios - Online banking system outages: This month, the scenario explores impact of internet or online banking outages and the implications for the firm, including client and customer discontent.
Interview - Kristy Grant-Hart: The Risk Universe caught up with compliance expert and author Kristy Grant-Hart recently to discuss her new book, "How to Be a Wildly Effective Compliance Officer", and to hear why she thinks compliance is a sometimes misunderstood profession.
Risk Classifications - Application failures and errors: RiskBusiness’ Mike Finlay takes a look at a risk category which has received a great deal of media coverage in recent months and caused disruption at a number of global firms; application failures and errors
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.