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Developments in Operational Resilience in the Financial Sector

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In this episode of the ORX Operational Risk Podcast, Steve Bishop, Melanie Lavallin and Luke Carrivick discuss the work being done in financial services to develop and implement approaches to operational resilience. They look at the challenges faced by financial firms around the world.

This podcast follows the publication of a recent report which is available exclusively to our members – Progressing Operational Resilience. This report is partly based on the activities and discussions held with our Operational Resilience Working Group, which has been running since 2020.

Our members can access the new report at: https://members.orx.org/orx-publications/progressing-operational-resilience. And non-members can get more information and resources on operational resilience at https://managingrisktogether.orx.org/

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    32:06

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    Each year, following the annual scenario submissions, we produce a report exploring the trends and changes seen in the ORX Scenarios library. In this webinar, the ORX Scenarios team discuss the key trends seen in this year's library (focusing on conduct and business disruption) and how these trends vary by region. They also look at the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on operational risk scenario practice. The full version of this report is available exclusively to firms that subscribe to ORX Scenarios, but we've also created a free highlights report that you can download here: https://managingrisktogether.orx.org/operational-risk-research/orx-scenarios-insights-material-risks-2020 Find out more about ORX Scenarios here: https://managingrisktogether.orx.org/orx-scenarios

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