Evgueni Ivantsov

AI governance
Governance & Reporting, Opinion
May 21, 2024

AI governance frameworks need to be in place before an AI rollout 

Managing AI risk takes precedence over temptation to onboard the new technology
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US banking crisis
Opinion, Risk Management
March 21, 2024

US banking crisis one year on: the five pillars of crisis management you need to know 

Crisis, comms and contingency planning should be top priority for boards
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Analysis, Capital, Climate, Risk Management
September 26, 2023

Editor's letter: Are you down with new nature risk disclosures?

UK prime minister Rishi Sunak’s U-turn on the country’s key targets to tackle climate change is alarming both environmentalists and...
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News, Risk Management
September 4, 2023

Risk management think tank expands to the Americas

The European Risk Management Council is spreading its wings with the launch of its American arm in New York, creating...
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Culture & Conduct, Editor's letter, News, Regulation & Supervision
August 22, 2023

Editor's letter: ERMC’s Evgueni Ivantsov on post-Farage rep risk lessons

Welcome back to the Banking Risk & Regulation newsletter. Today we bring you our popular monthly opinion piece from Evgueni Ivantsov, chairman...
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LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 20: Reform UK honorary president Nigel Farage listens during a party press conference on March 20, 2023 in London, England. Reform UK was founded in 2018 as the Brexit Party, advocating for a "no-deal" exit from the European Union. It later rebranded as Reform UK. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)
Culture & Conduct, Opinion, Regulation & Supervision
August 21, 2023

Rep risk lessons from the Farage ‘de-banking’ affair

The recent Nigel Farage de-banking case teaches an important lesson about reputational risk management. Now that the dust has settled...
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Culture & Conduct, Editor's letter, Operational Resilience
August 8, 2023

Editor's letter: Why banks could face another Archegos blow-up

Welcome back to the Banking Risk & Regulation newsletter.  European regulators are grappling with the growing risk of cyber attacks...
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Editor's letter, Governance & Reporting, Risk Management
July 25, 2023

Editor's letter: How banks are weeding out bad apples

Welcome to Banking Risk & Regulation. It’s only Tuesday and risk management is already trending. Credit Suisse has been fined $388m...
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Stressed and depressed worker at their computer
Opinion, Risk Management
July 20, 2023

Risk Sentiment Index: UK CROs grow more gloomy

The European Risk Management Council’s latest survey has yielded intriguing findings, revealing that UK chief risk officers are becoming more...
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Analysis, Culture & Conduct, Governance, Risk Management
July 3, 2023

Three Lines of Defence: time for a revamp?

The holy grail of risk management needs to be beefed up, says the Financial Markets Standards Board (FMSB). The UK’s...
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