The recent investigation into allegations of money laundering involving Bank of New York underscores the enormity -- an estimated $10 billion -- of what can happen when operational risk management is weak or lacking.

The obvious question for financial institutions is, of course, "How could this happen?" After all, most institutions have accurate tools in place for measuring risk levels in almost all areas of business.

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