McKinsey on Risk, Issue 1 Summer 2016
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McKinsey on Risk, Number 1, Summer 2016

A new publication that brings together the best thinking from McKinsey’s Global Risk Practice.

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The future of bank risk management

– Banks have made dramatic changes to risk management in the past decade—and the pace of change shows no signs of slowing. Here are six initiatives to help them stay ahead.
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Nonfinancial risk: A growing challenge for the bank

– With credit and market risks now under better control, the focus is shifting to nonfinancial risks. Managing these well will require big shifts in banks’ practices.
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Compliance in 2016: More than just following rules

– The traditional approach is losing effectiveness. Banks must turn the page and build a new model.
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The evolving role of credit portfolio management

– Banks can no longer manage loan books in isolation. A new survey reveals how portfolio managers are dealing with growing complexity.
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‘The ghost in the machine’: Managing technology risk

– Technological risks are becoming more prominent—and more dangerous. Six principles can guide banks as they manage them.
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Transforming enterprise risk management for value in the insurance industry

– Leading insurers are retooling the role of their risk function from incident response and compliance to an essential partner in advancing the business strategy.
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The value in digitally transforming credit risk management

– To withstand new regulatory pressures, investor expectations, and innovative competitors, banks need to reset their value focus and digitize their credit risk processes.
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SREP: How Europe’s banks can adapt to the new risk-based supervisory playbook

– The first round of Europe’s new supervisory process is in the books, and the next one is under way. Banks are likely to face new challenges from heightened supervisory expectations.

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