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The evolution of GRC – New tools for the first line of defence

The evolution of GRC – New tools for the first line of defence

Attitudes to governance, risk and compliance (GRC) activities are changing among Tier 1 financial institutions. The need to keep up with rapid regulatory change, and the pressure of larger, more publicised penalties dealt out by regulators in recent years have prompted an evolution in how risk is viewed and managed. Financial firms also face an increasingly volatile market environment that requires them to remain nimble – not just to survive, but to thrive. 

As a result of these market developments, GRC is now seen, rather than as one strand of the business, as a far more integrated activity with many companies realigning resources around the ‘three lines of defence’ model. GRC is increasingly being treated as an enterprise-wide responsibility by organisations that are successfully navigating these challenging times for global financial markets. 

In this white paper, IBM explores how, in the rapidly changing global financial markets, next-generation governance, risk and compliance solutions are empowering growing numbers of organisations and business users to make risk-aware decisions and increase process efficiency and effectiveness.

 

Read/download the whitepaper at Risk Library

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