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Five key risks for firms in 2017

Skills, IT infrastructure, personal liability, culture and conduct risk, and complexity are five of the key risks for firms to focus on in 2017.

Financial services firms and their regulators had a busy but largely straightforward year in 2016. This year already looks to be anything but straightforward with Brexit and the start of the Trump presidency.

Well-resourced, business-specific risk and control infrastructures have always been a required core competency for firms but 2017 is set to test the resilience of all firms, with the added challenge of greater personal accountability for senior individuals.

Below is a snapshot of the five key risks applicable to all financial services firms, irrespective of geography or sector.

This infographic outlines the five key risks for all firms to be aware of in 2017 irrespective of geography or sector.

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