Friday, October 20, 2017

The eighth annual global bank risk management survey, “Restore, rationalize and reinvent: a fundamental shift in the way banks manage risk”, carried out by EY and the Institute of International Finance (IIF), follows the industry’s progress in improving risk management by surveying senior risk executives. It shows how banks are rationalizing themselves – their structures, processes and operations-, and how this brings them to the next phase of the 15-year risk transformation, as firms and risk functions will have to completely reinvent how they operate. This year, 77 banks from 35 countries participated in the survey, including 20 institutions described as “global systematically important banks” (G-SIBs). 

IIF Authors

Martin Boer

Martin Boer Director Regulatory Affairs IIF
Director, Regulatory Affairs

Jaime Vazquez

Policy Advisor