posted on March 21, 2016 11:08
In a recent publication in the Global Association of Risk Professionals, my colleagues and I discuss how large financial institutions — those with more than $50 billion in assets — are prioritizing their practices to adhere to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency’s (OCC) Heightened Standards, calling for the development and implementation of a Risk Governance Framework. Specifically, banks need to enhance their risk management structures, frameworks, and processes to comply with the OCC’s heightened expectations, which entails several moving parts.
For more details regarding leading practices on how banks are successfully deploying the risk governance framework within both the daily activities of financial institutions’ risk management functions and across their front line units, please take the time to read through the attached blog, Risk Governance: Across the Three Lines.
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