Platform aims to ease banks’ ‘rogue trader’ risks

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By Jasper Cox
13 Jun 2019

Acin says that data its platform collects to help banks identify where they are failing to mitigate operational risks could also give them leverage when talking to regulators about capital requirements.

Acin has got Credit Suisse, Société Générale, Standard Chartered, and nine other big names to join its platform, which it calls the Operational Risk Defence Network Model.

Operational risks cover a range of errors, mishaps and intentional acts caused by people, processes, systems and external events, such as ...

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