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Category Archives: Operational Risk
On July 29, MSRM Class of 2010 alum, Andrew Koh spoke at the OpRisk Asia conference on “Permeating Risk Culture from Boardrooms to Front Offices.” The following is an excerpt from Risk.net: On July 29, speakers at the OpRisk Asia … Continue reading
The following is an excerpt from The Wall Street Journal: Systems prohibit timely launches of new investment products and hinder firms from keeping pace with regulatory demands and innovation SimCorp, a leading provider of investment management solutions and services for … Continue reading
Ingo Walter and SimCorp Strategy Lab Release Study: “Legacy Systems: The inconvenient truth and the cost of doing nothing”
The following is a Financial Post news release from September 12, 2013: One Quarter of Global Investment Management Firms Rely on Outdated Technology: Firms and Investor Returns at Risk SimCorp StrategyLab, a private research institution sponsored by SimCorp, today released a … Continue reading
NYU Stern Professor Richard Sylla was quoted in a recent WSJ Article on Nasdaq’s Trading Glitch: “Market Size + Complex Systems = More Glitches” The root cause of Thursday’s Nasdaq Stock Market trading halt can be traced to a single word: complexity. … Continue reading
The following is an op-ed by Roy Smith, published in Financial News on 6/3/13: The decisive victory that allows Jamie Dimon to continue in his dual roles as chairman and chief executive of JP Morgan Chase raised once again the … Continue reading