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Risk Management

Taking the holistic approach

Risk Management

Internal Audit

Five major drivers

Internal Audit

Islamic Banking and Finance

Interpretation & Implementation

Islamic Banking & Finance

Banking

Banking Regulation and Business

Banking

Treasury and Capital Markets

Market and Liquidity Risk

Treasury & Capital Markets

Financial Crime

Don't be scared, be prepared

Financial Crime

Please contact us for more information:

Lisette Mermod

Risk Reward Limited

T. +44 (0)20 7638 5558

F. +44 (0)20 7638 5571

info@riskrewardlimited.com

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