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Bâle III & Solvabilité II

Eléments de réglementation

One of the most interesting tag lines I heard at Compliance Week 2016 was the following, if you want to work in my compliance department; you need to learn how to read a balance sheet. I thought that single line encapsulated the change in the compliance function over the past few years more than any other. Why, because it speaks to the change of compliance from being centered in the legal department, run by lawyers as a rules based program, to fully understanding that compliance is a business process that needs to centered in its own discipline. For if you cannot read a balance sheet you cannot bring a positive value to a business unit.

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