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While regulatory change management and enterprise change management may be different domains, there is a lot that regulatory change managers can learn from enterprise change management. The basics of both remain the same, even if regulatory change is a bit more complicated to manage.  

Identify the nature of change 

In addition to failures related to lack of support, 70% of change projects fail because they are not managed with an adapted approach. In other words, we often think that all change pr

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Managing regulatory change is a major headache for businesses operating in industries where the regulatory framework fluctuates. The problem is that the regulations define what the business can and cannot do, and when they change, the business must change how it operates. This makes it difficult to make long-term plans and strategies, because there is always a risk that the chosen strategy may no longer be viable if the regulatory framework fluctuates.  

If your business is stuck in a similar qua

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Managing regulatory change has long been a headache for businesses in heavily regulated industries. Managing this change requires quite an investment. The business must hire regulatory experts who can interpret the regulations and tell the business how it will need to change itself to comply with the changes. The problem is that this process can be rather slow and is error prone because it is being handled manually. 

The Profound Nature of Regulatory Change   

Before we get into the perils of regu

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The Future of Regulatory Change Management

We are living in times of change. The advent of information technology led the whole world around us to change, and artificial intelligence is now promising to bring even more profound changes. We are not near fully working artificial intelligence right now however we are making some very interesting progress in its direction. We may not have an artificial intelligence, but we have started successfully developing the pieces of technology which will be the prerequisites of artificial intelligence

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The Compendium of Evidence on the Effectiveness of Innovation Policy Intervention Project in the stewardship of Manchester Institute of Innovation Research (MIoIR), University of Manchester has revealed some interesting facts about Regulatory Change Management. There have always been mixed opinions about the importance of regulations in the industries and people are unable to come to a consensus. In order to get some clarity and ascertain the impact of regulations on organizations, an endogenous

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Here's Why Compliance Solutions Are Inadequate for Managing Regulatory Changes

Regulatory compliance is mandatory, but it’s not the end goal; it’s the minimum operating standard. For strong companies, compliance is a mere byproduct of performing well and managing uncertainty. Compliance solutions can also cause difficulties in the face of domestic political risk, which includes significant fluctuations in the regulatory environment.

The biggest differences between regulatory compliance and risk ma

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8028235682?profile=originalIn next couple of years there will be sweeping changes to existing Basel III Accord what will pave way for a new game changing regime called Basel 4. In obvious intent, the new Accord will raise risk-based capital ratio, revise risk weighting and move away from too much emphasis on model-based approach. One of key measures will be leverage Ratio.

It will stay ahead of 3% ratio as a front-stop measure. Another key measure will be balancing risk sensitivity with simplicity in the new regime. The Ba

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Fraud Prevention & Financial professionals will join together to share cutting edge strategies and techniques to manage the growing area of fraud risk

 

New York, NY– April 29, 2015 marcus evans, the world’s largest event management group, will host the Fraud Prevention for Financial Institutions Conference on August 12-13, 2015 in New York, NY. This premiere forum will provide a dynamic environment for senior practitioners to: leverage intelligence and analytics to better understand behavioral

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Anatomy of a Tax Audit

Its that time of year again.  April 15th looms ever larger as small businesses scramble to meet the IRS  tax filing deadline.  For many small businesses, tax filing is handled by a trusted accountant or business adviser. That tends to take the trauma out of this annual exercise in pain.  But even with the help of a tax professional the angst of the season is always a pressing concern.   
 
The enclosed infographic published by oBizMedia, displays some startling data about audit risk and its cost t
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Today’s banking industry must deal with an evolving regulatory landscape by developing new and innovative strategies for acquiring and optimizing capital. Banks must find a new way to raise capital, maintain a functional capital structure, and continue providing the products and services their customers demand while staying profitable. The new deadline for implementing the Basel III capital requirements makes capital management the most important issue for banks today.

Bogie Ozdemir, Vice Preside

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Those of us interested in EU risk regulation may be interested in the Action Plan that the European Risk Forum (ERF) issued a couple of months ago. The ERF Action Plan builds on and integrates the Commission Smart Regulation agenda, covering issues such as the EU Law on Administrative Procedures; public consultation, impact assessment and regulatory benefits; the role of the Commission’s Chief Scientific Advisor; and the application of the precautionary principle. 

The ERF is a think-tank committ

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The Dodd-Frank Act and Basel III are going to change the way banks raise, allocate and manage capital. Banks need to prepare for these changes now and develop effective strategies for achieving capital optimization and sustainable return on equity. The GFMI, a marcus evans, Capital Adequacy and Strategy Conference, September 12-14, 2012 in New York, NY, will help banks to understand what the legislation means for capital adequacy, as well as what they need to do to achieve the optimum level of c

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