In 2010, we witnessed 157 banks closed by the FDIC. They were either taken over by stronger hands or liquidated and depositors were given back their deposits. …Continue
US News and World Report had a recent feature “20 Companies that Cratered in 2010“.
Reading their article, I can only come up with four reasons why the 20 firms went bankrupt:
Added by Abba Nayaya on January 6, 2011 at 7:30pm — No Comments
The economic crisis of the last few years has forced a renewed focus on the process of risk identification, management and mitigation at corporations across North America. Executives are taking a much closer look at their strategic risk management channels in order to formulate a more rigorous and…Continue
Added by Michele Westergaard on January 5, 2011 at 9:54pm — No Comments
Today i discussed risk managemnt in commercial banks with head of PhD board of scientists in Kyrgyzstan. She found my research paper as a quite interesting direction of research, so i am a little bit satisfied.
Anyone who wants any advice in PhD can apply to me in KG :)
Added by Azizbek Omorkulov on January 3, 2011 at 5:28pm — No Comments
In spite of the considerable investment and development around the preservation of assets and the mitigation of risks across conventional corporate assets such as facilities,…Continue
Volcanos that erupt and disrupt the world’s travel plans don’t happen every day but travel disruptions and threats to travelers do. It often takes a dynamic or amplified event to display…Continue
Added by Tony Ridley on December 28, 2010 at 11:28pm — No Comments
As a global business executive, I know first hand the demands of travel. I spent more than 120 days out of the year on the…Continue
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nternational events such as major product launches, corporate meetings, annual or regular sporting events continue to fall outside the standard methodology and practices of risk and people risk management. Many…Continue
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It certainly is cheaper and easier. But is it BETTER?
The main difference between lucky and smart is that smart is more likely to be able to repeat than luck.
But I think that there are two different types of smart, and one is much better than the other.
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Identity and Access Management (IAM) – Thoughts
It’s high time for big enterprises to realize the importance of identity and access management (I&AM) technology as an integral part of their security footprint. Even though I&AM is in the limelight for quite long time, still I believe it’s a relative new term that means different things to different people.
What is Identity and Access Management…Continue
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Added by Marvin Clark on November 17, 2010 at 8:37am — No Comments
Riskware is a multi-award winning Enterprise Risk Intelligence software application.
Never before have so many features been available in one application to help organisations better manage their governance, risk and compliance (GRC) legal and organisational obligations.
Typically, GRC work is performed by…Continue
Added by Grant Whitehorn on October 31, 2010 at 9:43am — No Comments
We are an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical specialists offering a broad range of professional services.…Continue
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