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In our Knowledge Hub you can find lots of insightful reports, covering a variety of challenges and topics of interest for the 3 lines of defence. You can browse through all the content or select a filter to see specific topics within the Knowledge Hub.
  • Trade surveillance is still the basis for detecting and preventing market abuse and misconduct. But it’s hard and becoming even harder.
  • As firms complete FCC remediation, and regulators determine that their programmes are sound, they are looking to invest in technology to scale up.
  • Capturing communications is essential for US asset managers, but what is the best approach? 
  • As circumvention becomes a more pressing problem for sanctions teams, banks will need technology to spot any tricks used to throw traditional analytics off the scent. 
  • It’s the end of an era for asset managers – an era in which communications surveillance and the analysis of culture and conduct took a back seat to commercial considerations of cost, risk and value. 
  • How can non-financial risks, or NFR, be better managed from the perspectives of people, processes, technology and culture?
  • A long-standing criticism of financial crime prevention is its focus on compliance rather than stopping crime. Leaders in financial crime prevention are aware of the problem and outspoken about its ca ...
  • New technologies allow banks to capture communications channels and solve long-standing issues in e-comms surveillance.
  • 1LoD brought together more than 460 people from close to 100 different institutions in New York recently so that leaders in the management of non-financial risks across the 3 lines of defence could sh ...
  • The hype around ChatGPT is maybe overdone, but AI and large language models will certainly transform thousands of processes across almost every industrial sector.
  • Has the recent collapse of key institutions in the financial sector driven a re-evaluation of risk management roles and responsibilities?  
  • Non-financial risk managers say they are often torn between meeting regulatory requirements and detecting, mitigating  or preventing genuine risks