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A couple of distinctions I would like to see more attention paid to, so that it is always clear what is being addressed;
1. Ex ante prediction of risk (e.g. the probabilities assigned to possible future results)
Ex post evaluation of past risk (i.e. the experienced impact of actual past outcomes or implementations).
2. The uncontrollable risk that each various aspect of the world (market) creates for you, given that you have put yourself in a…Continue
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While spreadsheets are still an excellent tool for data manipulation and one-dimensional analysis, they fall significantly short of delivering the capabilities a risk manager really needs to analyze trends and see the relationships the job entails.
The limitations of spreadsheets verses ERM software are systemic and largely stem from the…
Added by Steven Minsky on May 20, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments
With House Committee passing a slew of rules on May 4, 2011 to postpone the implementation of derivatives section of the DFA by 18 months, Seila Bair’s decision to leave the FDIC on July 8,…Continue
There are a lot of events and anecdotes that risk managers can draw lessons from. September 11, Hurricane Katrina, the financial crisis and the Gulf oil spill are the among the most oft-repeated.
But Pat Huddleston, former enforcement branch chief of the SEC’s enforcement division, has written an excellent article that looks to more unique sources, showing…Continue
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Have you really got your companies operational risk framework in check? …
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Managing oil prices is all about preserving margins - which airlines are doing it right?
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According to Wikipedia, “Best practices can also be defined as the most efficient (least amount of effort) and effective (best results) way of accomplishing a task, based on repeatable procedures that have proven themselves over time for large numbers of people.”
There are best practices for identifying and mitigating reputation risk in different types of companies as well as best practices for managing reputation as an asset. Please note that not every environment or every company is…Continue
Added by Deon Binneman on May 3, 2011 at 4:42pm — No Comments
Numerous studies including the Corporate Risk Barometer survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit a few years ago; have shown that the most significant issues facing business today are; reputation risk (defined as the threat of any event that can damage a company's reputation) and…
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Progress on implementing the G20 Seoul resolve for strengthening global financial stability has recently been reported as being on track.…
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