Progress Software: Anticipating Regulatory Change in Asia

The ongoing Libor scandal is one of the most serious breaches of control in an industry where risk and compliance failures are routinely front page news. At a time when the reputation of the financial industry needs all the support it can get, yet another scandal has shaken the trust that society places in this vital part of our global infrastructure. And the scandal shows no sign of going away with regulators around the world placing a further 16 financial institutions, in addition to

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