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Thirteen percent of respondents participating in the Accenture 2011 Global Risk Management Study are executives involved in risk management decisions at leading banking institutions. The research findings confirm that risk management is a top consideration for the banking industry, with 74 percent identifying it as a high priority, more than the global average of 60 percent. The focus on risk management has increased in the last two years, more than in other industries, and banks plan a relatively high level of investment to further develop their risk capabilities.
Credit risks, regulatory pressure, an uncertain economic environment and the lingering effects of the economic downturn have caused the banking industry, perhaps more than any other industry, to take an integrated view of risk management and to adopt formal risk structures and programs.
Read our in-depth report which analyzes the risk research findings as they relate to the banking industry—covering areas such as governance of the risk function, assessment of emerging risks, and how banks are preparing for regulatory change.
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