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First they need to have a product or service that people will buy. They need revenues.
Second they need to have the ability to provide that product or service at a cost less than what their customers will pay. They need profits.
Once they have revenues and profits, their business is a valuable asset. So third, they need to have a system to avoid losing that asset because of unforeseen adverse experience. They need risk management.
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For many risk managers, the recent financial meltdown has left them questioning the very essence of risk modeling, used by many since the 1990s to measure their firm’s
financial risk. Investment firms have traditionally…
Most of Europe's biggest banks comfortably passed the Committee of European Banking Supervisors’ recent
stress tests and the sector has breathed a visible sigh of relief. However,
plenty of uncertainty remains over banks that either squeaked by with just
enough capital or passed but did not fully…
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Many companies navigate the routine complexity of business with adequate or acceptable managem…Continue
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