Approaches to Enterprise Risk Management
A&C Black, Jul 1, 2010 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
Approaches to Enterprise Risk Management is a multi-author book written by leading experts in the field of risk management, including Aswath Damodoran, John C. Groth, and David Shimko.
It is a valuable tool that enables you to assess the potential business threats, both from within your organization and from external sources. It comprises over 25 chapters covering the range of risks your organization might face, including financial, strategic, operational risks. It offers you over 20 practical step-by-step guides on the required steps to cope with any detrimental event that could have an impact on your company's financial health.
There are also a range of checklists, including Balancing Hedging Objectives with Accounting Rules (FAS 133) , Creating a Risk Register, What Is Forensic Auditing? And Managing and Auditing the Risk of Business Interruption, Captive Insurance Companies: How to Reduce Your Costs, Hedging Credit Risk—Case Studies and Strategies.