Technology: What are the risks and challenges faced by central banks?

Central Banking speaks to Ken Knowles, executive vice-president product management at OpenLink, about how central banks are changing the way they use technology to manage risk.

Author: Ken Knowles, OpenLink

Source: Central Banking | 13 Jan 2014 |screening image

Categories: Risk systems, Awards

Topics: OpenLink


OpenLink, a provider of transaction management software, has won the Central Banking Risk Management Technology Provider of the Year for 2014 as part of Incisive Media’s inaugural Central Banks awards programme.
Central Banking Publications has launched its inaugural awards programme for central bankers and their community of market stakeholders. The 2014 awards recognise outstanding performance in central banking by central bankers and market practitioners. Drawing on almost 25 years of independent and informed reporting, analysis and comment, the Central Banking Awards were judged by a panel made up of the Central Banking editorial team and editorial advisory board.

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