Managing Business Risk: A Practical Guide to Protecting Your Business

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Jonathan Reuvid
Kogan Page, 2008 - Business & Economics - 268 pages

Effective risk management is a vital issue for you to consider when looking to safeguard your company's commercial future and deal with the latest regulatory requirements. Managing Business Risk will enable your company to maintain the clearest possible controls on risks that may threaten your business and deliver transparent reporting to your stakeholders.

The book examines the five key areas of risk you need to consider today, drawing on expert advice from leading risk consultants, lawyers and regulatory authorities, and shows you how to protect your business against them.

Part one shows you how to identify and apply appropriate risk management strategies

Part two deals with the most critical of corporate risks: political risks and terrorism, and reputational risk

Part three covers operational issues, such as protecting your supply chain

Part four details how to both protect and exploit the value of your IP

Part five explains how a robust IT infrastructure can help you control potential business threats

If you don't build risk controls into the structure of your company, from the boardroom down, then your business could be severely damaged.

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About the author (2008)

Jonathan Reuvid is a Consultant Editor to Kogan Page. He is an experienced international business development manager, having worked in many of the EU member countries in senior line and staff management positions. Alongside management consultancy, he has pursued a parallel career in publishing as a writer and editor of international business books. Other publications include Floating Your Company, The Handbook of Personal Wealth Management and Mergers and Acquisitions.

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