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Following years of benign economic conditions and plentiful market liquidity, many financial institutions became quite complacent about risks, even in the case of new and complex securities and investments.
According to recent studies of the credit crisis, financial institutions in many instances failed to appreciate or adequately control the risks inherent in such financial instruments.
In light of all the turmoil, risk management is now in the spotlight. Corporations are under increasing pressure to understand the risks they face, to measure and assess such risks appropriately, and to take the necessary steps to reduce, hedge or otherwise manage such risk exposures.
An effective risk management capability can not only help prevent the next crisis, it can also serve as a competitive differentiator by helping banks and insurance companies achieve high performance. This piece outlines strategies and tactics that companies can implement to use effective risk management as a tool for profitable growth.
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August 29, 2011
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