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ABN AMRO wins risk control award

ABN AMRO has won an award for helping senior executives develop global risk policies and make better trading decisions.


The investment bank won the IT excellence award from the Chartered Institute of Bankers using IT provider Asset Control&#39s financial markets data warehouse.


The bank has been using the data warehouse since 1995 to provide its branches with the market price data for risk management and increase profitability by improving the quality and accessibility of its data.


The committee judged that Asset Control makes an invaluable contribution to ABN AMRO&#39s banking business.

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