Chartis: Quantification of End User Computing Risk in Financial Services

Losses at financial institutions (FIs) are often attributed to corruption, greed, or poor investment decisions. This is reflected in many of the established regulations and subsequent investment in risk management, and through the historical focus on managing credit risk, operational risk, liquidity risk, market risk and financial crime.

However, there is another key, but far less publicized, area where FIs invariably suffer significant losses: errors and misuse of computer applications

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