McKinsey on Risk, Number 11, August 2021
Number 11, August 2021

McKinsey on Risk, Number 11, August 2021

Gearing up for life beyond the crisis, organizations face an array of risks. In our latest issue of McKinsey on Risk, we offer our unique perspectives about the imperatives of strengthening institutional resilience.

Articles in this issue


The resilience imperative: Succeeding in uncertain times

– Strengthening institutional resilience has never been more important.

Building cyber resilience in national critical infrastructure

– Recent cyberattacks focus attention on the vulnerabilities of operations technology to web-based threats.

The coming opportunity in consumer lending

– The resumption of the credit cycle will offer innovative entrants rare access to underserved customer segments.

Enterprise cybersecurity: Aligning third parties and supply chains

– In today’s riskier, more connected environment, organizations must collaborate closely with external partners to reduce vulnerabilities to cyberattackers.

Derisking digital and analytics transformations

– While the benefits of digitization and advanced analytics are well documented, the risk challenges often remain hidden.

Solving the KYC puzzle with straight-through processing

– Banks can become more efficient and effective in combating money laundering, while improving the experience of their customers and employees.

The next S-curve in model risk management

– How banks can drive transformations of the model life cycle in a highly uncertain business landscape.

Next-generation nowcasting to improve decision making in a crisis

– Traditional nowcasting has served its purpose well, but the COVID-19 crisis proved challenging for most models. A next-generation approach supports critical decision making and strategy moving forward.


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