New Issue of Intelligent Risk Explores Managing Preventable Risks

The April 2019 issue of Intelligent Risk focuses on managing preventable risks - risks within an organization that are controllable and, therefore, avoidable.
 
We received a broad range of articles, each with a different perspective. This issue features articles that focus on controls, monitoring, governance and training to data quality, IT integrity, and advanced technology. Several articles focus on methods to avoid failures in the area of regulatory compliance, which has been a source of heavy losses for banks. Thank you to DataRobot for their generous sponsorship of this issue. 
 
Thank you also to Nagaraja Kumar Deevi, Steve Lindo, and David Veen for serving as content editors and to our authors for sharing their insight.

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