Risk and Compliance in The Wake of COVID-19: Strengthening Risk Postures with Digital Toolkits

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26 June 2020
Neil Katkov

To maintain effective risk and compliance operations amid the severe disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic, financial institutions need to increase efficiency, introduce automation, and leverage cloud.


The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting all areas of risk, including financial risk, operational risk, and financial crime compliance. This gives rise to a tension between the need to augment risk capabilities in this new environment with the simultaneous downward pressure on IT budgets due to the economic situation. Adoption of digital technologies such as artificial intelligence and intelligent automation can help by enhancing a firm's risk capabilities to better deal with the heightened exigencies of the crisis while at the same time increasing efficiency to ease cost pressures. Firms that are not putting new technologies in place immediately may be thinking of adding them in the medium term.

COVID-19 Is Affecting All Pillars of Risk

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Capital Markets, Corporate Banking, Life & Health Insurance, Property & Casualty Insurance, Retail Banking, Wealth Management
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Asia-Pacific, EMEA, LATAM, North America