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Reputational Risk Management

Reputational risk is defined as the current or prospective risk to earnings and capital arising from an adverse perception of financial institutions on the part of existing and potential transactional stakeholders, i.e. clients, trading counterparties, employees, suppliers, regulators/governmental bodies, and investors.

This presentation explains what reputation risk is, how it arises, the regulatory requirements, and presents a framework for managing reputational risk.

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