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New regulation is reshaping the landscape for US financial-services players, yet many of them approach regulatory strategy in a decidedly nonstrategic way. Time to stop playing catch-up.
For many financial-services organizations, rebuilding trust with customers will require a focus on culture—not just compliance. Two forward-looking banks are leading the way.
A cross-sector panel of leaders discusses the challenges and opportunities inherent in talent, and identifies ways that companies can spot—and mitigate—the most important talent risks they face.
Since the global financial crisis, operational risk failures globally have cost the financial services sector more than US$145.8bn. While the industry has recognized that operational risk is broken, attempts to fix it have tended to take a conservative approach, recruiting risk officers from within the industry, and the impact on operational risk culture has been limited.
Sharply rising demand for compliance talent, the absence of a clear career path in the discipline, and greater need for compliance executives with leadership and influencing skills are creating difficult challenges for organizations seeking to identify and retain talent in a world of increasing regulation.
In this episode of LeadershipTV™, Paul Gibson and David Boehmer explore the growing demand for Chief Information Security Officers in the marketplace.
As the risk function has shifted from a largely back-office operation with little influence to be more strategic, regulatory agencies are insisting that these functions be structurally independent and staffed with strong talent.