Analysis, Risk Management

Only one in 10 FIs are fully equipped to ‘horizon-scan’ for emerging risks

By John Crowley
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Artificial intelligence, natural disasters and climate change are the three most pressing futures disputes risks for financial institutions, a survey has found.

Exactly half (50%) of those polled by law firm Allen & Overy believe it makes sense to invest in ‘horizon-scanning’: having the tools to investigate “emerging ...

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