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01Do No Harm: The European Commission Action Plan Urges Financial Advisors to Go Green

Corporate sustainability and responsibility has historically been regarded as a controversial topic both among the academic world and practicing professionals. As early as in 1970, the free market advocate Milton Friedman put forward a view that any sustainability-related actions are likely to destroy shareholder value. Nowadays, the reality of rapid depletion of resources as well as accelerating global warming drives the regulators to promote an opposite view of the sustainability impact on enterprise value.

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02Balancing Innovation: Use Both Hands in Establishing Robotic Advice!

In the wake of rapid technological advancements and looming regulatory challenges, large players of the British financial industry turn to innovation as a tool to preserve the margins high and keep the customers satisfied. However, the extent to which the multinational giants commit to letting their new offerings cannibalize their traditional businesses varies dramatically.

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Automated Financial Advice

Financial advice is moving online and is increasingly provided on an automated basis, just like many other services. Read our guide to key development areas within this exciting field.

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PART II: CYBER RISK; A PRIME COMPONENT OF OPERATIONAL RISK

In continuation of our discussion of cyber risk, this article reviews different methods and models, which can be used to analyse and quantify the risks of information security breaches faced by the contemporary financial industry.

Cyber
Part I: Cyber Risk, An Interplay of Drivers Affecting the Banking and Insurance Industry

This article addresses the topic of cyber risk and different aspects of the mitigation of its adverse effects on financial institutions.

Risk
Introduction to Credit Index Modelling

This article will discuss why it is important to model credit indices and detail a number of different approaches to this problem.

Basel
Overcoming the Insufficiency of Historical Data; The Rolling Window Method

In this article, we evaluate the rolling window procedure to alleviate the problem of inadequate data by increasing the number of observations extracted from a limited set of data.

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We improve decision making under uncertainty

Our work empowers millions of people to make, or benefit from, informed financial decisions under uncertainty. Asset liability management, capital requirements and automated financial advice - everything we do helps support our vision that everyone should have access to world class risk management tools.

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