This blog originally appeared on TabbForum.
The 2008 financial crisis initiated a swath of regulations relating to capital and its allocation and demanded a much more rigorous measurement of risk factors. Financial firms’ responded with a surge of investments in risk systems infrastructure to ensure compliance.
Now that the Trump administration is re-evaluating these regulations on the premise of reducing the regulatory load, could this invalidate the significant investments in ongoing risk management systems to which firms have committed themselves?
Read the full article on TabbFORUM.