5 Key Risks for 2020

2019 was the year that culture and conduct risk concerns became embedded as the new normal for financial services firms. 

That new normal has shone a continuing spotlight on the ‘how’ as well as the ‘what’ for firms and has, combined with the re-emergence of judgement-based regulation, increased the need for a highly skilled in-house risk and compliance functions.  

Robust, well-resourced control infrastructures are a key requirement and core competency for firms. 2020 is set to test the resilience and strategic approach of all firms with continuing regulatory change and the growing automation of business processes set against a backdrop of increasing personal accountability. While the detailed risks run by firms are, by their very nature, firm-specific and unique, there are a series of high-level risks applicable to all financial services firms, irrespective of geography or sector.  

The Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence expert talk authored by Susannah Hammond, senior regulatory intelligence expert and first published on TRRI on January 16, 2020, sets out the five key risks for firms to consider in 2020.  Download your copy by filling in the form opposite.

Learn more about the 5 Key Risks for Firms in 2020:

  • Continuing uncertainty
  • Proliferation of personal accountability regimes
  • Changing skills sets
  • Cyber resilience
  • Possible budget constraints
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