Profile of Andrew WaxmanThought Leader
Member Since: 5/8/2014
Blog Posts: 32
Andrew Waxman writes on operational risk in capital markets and financial services. Andrew is a consultant in IBM's US financial risk services and compliance group. The views expressed her are those of his own. As an operational risk manager, Andrew has worked at some of the leading investment banks and consulting firms in Wall Street and the City of London. He writes on topics such as: rogue and insider trading, technology and markets, disaster planning, regulatory responses and risk management strategies. Andrew has a first class degree in history from Kings' College London and an MBA in finance from NYU.
Articles by Andrew Waxman
posted in May 2013
As we move headlong into a world driven by instantaneous news cycles, firms should take a step back to evaluate risks and set controls to prevent uncontrolled proliferation.
While not as significant as bubbles in the housing market or Internet tech sector, the recent examples of bubbles in gold, Bitcoin and carbon are worth studying from a risk management perspective.
Wall Street isn't the only place the the next con man could be hiding; academia and other industries can also fall victim to data manipulation.