Risk Governance at Large Banks: Current Status and The Way Forward

Monday, December 07, 2009 , By Alessandra Mongiardino and Chris Plath

As the role of the board of directors in risk oversight has come under scrutiny, questions have been asked about the independence of the risk management function. Though some progress has been made, there is still lots of room for improvement in risk governance at many large banks.

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