Research

We emphasize and encourage links between academic researchers and practitioners at financial institutions to bring theoretical techniques to bear on real-world issues.

Operational Resilience

Operational resilience is a firm's ability to prevent, respond to, recover and learn from operational disruptions to the most critical business services. It should form an integral part of a firm's overall strategy. There is an expectation of firms to have plans in place to deliver critical services, no matter what the cause of the disruption.

 

 


GRAFT Update on World Economic Forum’s 2022 Most Severe Risks

World Economic Forum’s 2022 Risk Report highlight’s global environmental concerns as top of mind, followed closely by Societal concerns metal health deterioration and Social cohesion erosion, and continuing Technological concerns failure of cyber security and in Canada a potential Debt Crises and Geoeconomic confrontations. 

Operational Resilience: Where Are We?

There are a number of approaches under consideration and whether regulators ultimately respond by providing workable globally-compatible guidance is yet to be determined. Regardless, firms need to act now to better protect their clients, themselves and overall market integrity.

Financial Institution Operational Resilience: Pre and Post COVID-19

Once we move through this current crisis stage, we will have to deal with transition and, then, forge a sustainable path — a path that has been referred to as the “new normal”. This piece provides seven key guidelines for operational resilience on how to better position our financial institutions.