In every dimension of the financial industry, the regulatory environment is becoming increasingly demanding, dynamic and complex. Global banking and brokerages must not only continue to meet their amalgam of current compliance requirements, they are also obliged to perpetually prepare for an unceasing expanse of nascent regulations and potential new risks.
As increased levels of diligence in governance decision-making and policy implementation are built on top of current enterprise compliance foundations, the discipline of governance gap analysis has gained irreversible visibility and importance. When executed properly, effective governance gap analysis will create real-world value. It will render existing policies more efficient and effective at addressing risks and responding to crisis; perils to business reputation and continuity, from threats inside and outside corporate boundaries, will be measurably reduced.
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