• Howard Altman_resized
    Howard Altman Jan 10, 2018

    Why North Korea’s cyber army threatens banks worldwide

    The dictatorship’s fingerprints are everywhere, from last month’s hack of a bitcoin exchange to the 2017 heist on Bangladesh’s central bank.

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  • The Five Greatest Risks to Banks

    Chris Skinner1_resized
    Chris Skinner Sep 16, 2013

    First and foremost, bankers need to be effective risk managers in a world where forms of risk keep multiplying.

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  • Tracking Loan Documentation Exceptions

    Mary Ellen Biery Jul 2, 2013

    An efficient loan administration system needs efficient tracking of documentation exceptions.

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  • Risk Management and Performance Analysis in the Cloud

    Danny Baker Jun 12, 2013

    A cloud-hosted portal will enable banks to integrate both risk management and financial performance analysis.

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  • Balancing Customer Relationships and Risk Management

    Mary Ellen Biery May 20, 2013

    While most financial institutions strive to be ‘relationship-based’ lenders, balancing the relationship with strong credit controls is the key to making those relationships profitable.

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  • The Early Warning Radar of Loan Review

    • Ancin Cooley
    • Ed Bayer
    Apr 16, 2013

    To avoid getting blindsided by unexpected risks, financial institutions need a loan review system that properly segregates responsibilities and provides the appropriate level of depth.

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  • IAM Audit in an Age of Rising Risk

    Scott Silverman Apr 10, 2013

    An Identity and Access Management system needs to be enterprise-wide, scalable and flexible to avoid mounting costs and risks in an increasingly risky environment.

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  • Planning for a Standardized Regulatory Risk Weighting

    Shea Dittrich Feb 13, 2013

    As federal regulators move towards a standardized approach to risk weighting assets, bankers should be ready with their own strategic response.

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