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On the move for an Operational Resilience Framework

Currently, for many organizations, operational resilience is at the top of the agenda of the Board and senior management. The COVID-19 pandemic clearly showed how vulnerable societies and organizations can be to unexpected and unforeseen events.

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Incubating innovation

Thanks to exponential technological developments, the world is becoming increasingly connected and accessible, in the broadest sense of the word. This is why running nearly any type of business has become more complex and requires a deeper expertise than ever before. Irrespective of its core business, companies need more expertise in the areas of finance, legal, tax, marketing, IT, as well as treasury and risk. This is all the more reason for Zanders to continuously develop new innovative services and solutions with which we can lend companies a helping hand.

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Scenario Thinking and Complexity

In close cooperation with Zanders, GloComNet presents the current issues around the topic complexity in a series of six live webcasts.

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The difference between risk and uncertainty

The FAUC assessment

The world is complex and the future uncertain. What does that mean for the existing models on which we base our expectations? For Prof. Lex Hoogduin, professor of complexity and uncertainty in financial markets and financial institutions and Chairman of LCH Clearnet, it was a reason to set up the Global Complexity Network (GloComNet), an open platform focusing on how to deal effectively with ‘complexity and uncertainty’. Zanders joined last year and together we developed the Framework for Acting under Uncertainty and Complexity (FAUC).

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Aren’t we going too far?

On a day to day basis I regularly hear “I have to pop to Risk to find out what they think about this”, or “What does Compliance say?” and “Does this fit in with our risk allocation?” The responsibility for a transaction seems to be split over many different levels. So who is really solely responsible for their own work?

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