Integrated Risk Management: Techniques and Strategies for Managing Corporate Risk

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 17, 2000 - Business & Economics - 646 pages
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Over the years, risk management has developed separately in both the insurance and financial fields. Today, the two are finding value in each other's tools and techniques. Integrated Risk Management combines the best of the two notions of risk management, insurance and financial, to develop solutions ideal for taday's complex risk environment. Tools go beyond hedging strategies to also examine leveraging, post-loss financing, contingent financing, and fiversification.

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Contents

PART TWO Risk Management Strategies
191
APPENDIX
631
INDEX
632
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Neil Doherty, Ph.D., (Philadelphia, PA) is the Ronald A. Rosenfeld Professor of Insurance and Risk Management at the Wharton School of Business. A consultant to major global corporations, Dr. Doherty also wrote Corporate Risk Management.

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