This paper describes a study which attempts to address the predominant failure to appropriately incorporate human factors in systemic financial systems and utilise important features of advanced control systems. The human factor context loads additional factors into an already complicated financial technology risk management environment. The primary contribution of this paper is to set the findings of a study which address interoperability issues in the management of risk in the international financial domain and provide a basis for new standards which address more holistically human factors in financial systems.
- financial stability
- information systems