UBS fraud likely to reveal management failures, again

Although there are still many unknowns about the alleged trading fraud at UBS, poor human supervision and too much reliance on electronic systems are likely to be key failures, according to Kroll's Richard Abbey.
September 20, 2011

Insights on how to run a bank

Banks that have performed well throughout the crisis have understood their customers’ needs, but there are still challenges ahead.

As if things werenÆt risky enough

Sharon McCarthy from risk consulting firm Kroll suggests that, in troubled times, it's not only market risk that companies need to be vigilant about.
November 04, 2008

Marubeni fights back

JapanÆs Marubeni says an alleged fraud case should have raised warning signals to Lehman Brothers.
March 31, 2008