Having Internal Controls Versus Being In Control

Financial institutions have always tightly controlled financial data and access. But the role of the Chief Controls Officer (CCO) has come about in recent years due to the need for tighter restrictions and compliance requirements over non-financial transactions.

As cybersecurity breaches, fraud, and third-party risk factors have become more prevalent and as operational compliance requirements have become tighter, it’s important for financial institutions to have a leadership role dedicated to building and enforcing policies for maintaining tight controls on all operational risk factors.

In this eBook, we’ll discuss:

  • The evolution of the CCO and the role of the 3LOD
  • How to take control of controls—no matter how complex
  • How to use KCIs to guide your maturity
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