McKinsey on Risk Number 2 - January 2017
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McKinsey on Risk

The journal offering McKinsey’s global perspective and strategic thinking on risk, focusing on the key risk areas that bear upon the performance of the world’s leading companies.

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Digital risk: Transforming risk management for the 2020s

– Significant improvements in risk management can be gained quickly through selective digitization—but capabilities must be test hardened before release.
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The evolution of model risk management

– An increasing reliance on models, regulatory challenges, and talent scarcity is driving banks toward a model risk management organization that is both more effective and value-centric.
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From scenario planning to stress testing: The next step for energy companies

– Utilities and oil and gas firms have long used scenario analysis, but extraordinary times call for new measures.
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Sustainable compliance: Seven steps toward effectiveness and efficiency

– Banks do not control the demand for compliance, but they can optimize the effectiveness and efficiency of their response.
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Protecting your critical digital assets: Not all systems and data are created equal

– Top management must lead an enterprise-wide effort to find and protect critically important data, software, and systems as part of an integrated strategy to achieve digital resilience.
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Nonfinancial risk today: Getting risk and the business aligned

– Both must be deeply involved to avoid costly errors.

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