Latest DTCC survey said the impact of new regulation is a key risk
The likelihood of a damaging event
striking the global financial system has increased in the past
six months, according to a survey conducted by post-trade
services provider the Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation
DTCC’s latest systemic risk
barometer survey found that over 60% of risk managers believe
the probability of a high impact event striking the market has
increased in the past six months.
As with the previous survey conducted in
the first quarter, cyber security remained the number one
concern with 70% of risk managers citing it as a top five
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