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Corporate risk management

Erik M. Vermeulen

Corporate risk management

a multi-factor approach

by Erik M. Vermeulen

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Published by Thesis Publishers in Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Risk management -- Mathematical models.,
  • Corporations -- Finance -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementErik M. Vermeulen.
    SeriesTinbergen Institute research series ;, no. 80
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD61 .V47 1994
    The Physical Object
    Pagination188 p. :
    Number of Pages188
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL856149M
    ISBN 109051703031
    LC Control Number95137799
    OCLC/WorldCa32436635

    "The book analyzes, compares, and contrasts tools and techniques used in risk management at corporate, strategic business and project level and develops a risk management mechanism for the sequencing of risk assessment through corporate, strategic and project stages of an investment in order to meet the requirements of the Turnbull report. through which risk management can increase the value of the firm. This is a critical step in the design of an effective corporate risk-management strategy. For example, there is apparent disagreement on how one should measure a firm’s risk exposures: Should management focus on cash flows, firm value, or reported earnings? I would argue thatCited by: 7.

      Providing a comprehensive framework for a sustainable governance model, and how to leverage it in competing global markets, Governance, Risk, and Compliance Handbook presents a readable overview to the political, regulatory, technical, process, and people considerations in complying with an ever more demanding regulatory environment and achievement of good corporate governance. GOVERNANCE, RISK MANAGEMENT, COMPLIANCES AND ETHICS This study material is divided into four parts with following weightage of marks: Part I – Governance (50 marks) Part II - Risk Management (20 marks) Part III - Compliances (20 marks) Part IV - Ethics & Sustainability (10 marks) PART I – GOVERNANCE Corporate Governance has a broad scope.

    Corporate Risk Management for International Business serves as a key source for managers and academic researchers in risk management and strategy to understand all related issues of managing risks and setting strategies in global way. The book also serves as a decision making guide for managers that are active in volatile and dynamic. The book strongly advocates implementation of Corporate Governance Codes, ISO Risk Management, ISO Business Continuity Management and PAS Crisis Management but warns against treating any standard or model slavishly, as if it can offer easy salvation or a .


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