I looked at it yesterday after that post Ken linked above. My risk assessment follows the exam manual just like this one does, with each category listed, but I also list the risk factors/bank exposure in a column next to the subject. I'm not clear on why you'd do this and a BSA risk assessment either, it's basically the same thing. I prefer the format layout of my risk assessment over this one. I think there are too many columns showing and once you start narrating out your controls in this thing, all your specific bank data such as how many accounts, how many bill pay customers, wire transfer info, etc, these cells are going to expand so far so you won't be able to view it very well. I think the 3 columns with Low, Moderate & High just add to the width - it would make more sense to hide these columns and just use a formula to pull the results into one column labeled "Inherent Risk Rating".
But back to the original question, it makes no sense why you'd do this and your risk assessment.
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