Financial risk teams have higher staffing ratio than other units

Cyber risk and other threats prompt greater staff allocation to sub-units

Central banks appear to be staffing up several of their risk units, though the Risk Management Benchmarks 2023 show financial risks remain the top priority for most institutions.

In comparison with the past year, when financial risk ranked as the top division with an average of five employees, this year it retained its lead with an average of nine.

Cyber security teams saw almost the largest proportional increase, however, rising from two staff to over six on average, taking the second place

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