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KPMG: Boards will be held to account on operational resilience

Boards will be held to account on operational

Andrew Husband, Partner and Head of Operational Resilience commented on the joint discussion paper from the PRA and FCA on operational resilience.

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Commenting on the joint discussion paper from the PRA and FCA on operational resilience, Andrew Husband, Partner and Head of Operational Resilience, KPMG UK says:

“Today’s publication is a deliberately encouraging discussion but, make no mistake, it is a strong signal of intent from the regulators that firms need to take action. Operational resilience has rapidly moved up the regulatory agenda in the face of technology issues, supply chain and cyber concerns and the PRA and FCA are at the forefront of the global thinking on this.

“Every aspect of end-to-end business services, from staff to third party suppliers, needs to be looked at through an ‘operational resilience’ lens, with a focus on both protecting financial stability and consumers when, not if, the worst happens.

“Boards need to be fully accountable for all aspects of operational resilience and they will be held to account.”

 

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Find the PRA/FCA paper here

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