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Enterprise risk management : from incentives to controls / James Lam.

By: Lam, James.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Wiley finance series: Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2014Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource (818 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118836477; 1118836472.Subject(s): Risk management | Business | Management | Portfolio management | Risk management | Risk management | Gestió del risc | Gestió de carteraGenre/Form: Llibres electrònics. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Enterprise Risk Management : From Incentives to Controls.DDC classification: 658.155 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
Contents:
Cover; Praise; Series; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Preface; Acknowledgments; Section One: Risk Management in Context; Chapter 1: Introduction; THE BENEFITS OF RISK MANAGEMENT; INTEGRATION ADDS VALUE; CAUTIONARY TALES; NOTES; Chapter 2: Lessons Learned; LESSON #1: KNOW YOUR BUSINESS; LESSON #2: ESTABLISH CHECKS AND BALANCES; LESSON #3: SET LIMITS AND BOUNDARIES; LESSON #4: KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE CASH; LESSON #5: USE THE RIGHT YARDSTICK; LESSON #6: PAY FOR THE PERFORMANCE YOU WANT; LESSON #7: BALANCE THE YIN AND THE YANG; Chapter 3: Concepts and Processes; RISK CONCEPTS; RISK PROCESSES.
RISK AWARENESSRISK MEASUREMENT; RISK CONTROL; RISK IS A BELL CURVE; NOTES; Chapter 4: What Is ERM?; ERM DEFINITIONS; THE BENEFITS OF ERM; THE CHIEF RISK OFFICER; COMPONENTS OF ERM; NOTES; Section Two: The Enterprise Risk Management Framework; Chapter 5: Corporate Governance; CODES OF CONDUCT; BEST PRACTICES; LINKING CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND ERM; NOTES; Chapter 6: Line Management; THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LINE AND RISK FUNCTIONS; KEY CHALLENGES; BEST PRACTICES; NOTES; Chapter 7: Portfolio Management; THE THEORY OF ACTIVE PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT; BENEFITS OF ACTIVE PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT.
PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENTNOTES; Chapter 8: Risk Transfer; A BRIEF HISTORY OF ART; ADVANTAGES OF ART; PITFALLS OF ART; A LOOK TO THE FUTURE; CASE STUDY: HONEYWELL; CASE STUDY: BARCLAYS; NOTES; Chapter 9: Risk Analytics; RISK CONTROL ANALYTICS; RISK OPTIMIZATION ANALYTICS; MARKET RISK ANALYTICS; CREDIT RISK ANALYTICS; CREDIT PORTFOLIO MODELS; OPERATIONAL RISK ANALYTICS; GRC SYSTEMS; NOTES; Chapter 10: Data and Technology; EARLY SYSTEMS; DATA MANAGEMENT; INTERFACE BUILDING; MIDDLEWARE; DISTRIBUTED ARCHITECTURES; KEY FACTORS FOR A SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION.
Chapter 11: Stakeholder ManagementEMPLOYEES; CUSTOMERS; REGULATORS; RATING AGENCIES; SHAREHOLDER SERVICE PROVIDERS; BUSINESS PARTNERS; NOTES; Section Three: Risk Management Applications; Chapter 12: Credit Risk Management; KEY CREDIT RISK CONCEPTS; THE CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS; BASEL REQUIREMENTS; BEST PRACTICES IN CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT; CASE STUDY: EXPORT DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (EDC); NOTES; Chapter 13: Market Risk Management; TYPES OF MARKET RISK; MARKET RISK MEASUREMENT; MARKET RISK MANAGEMENT; BEST PRACTICES IN MARKET RISK MANAGEMENT; CASE STUDY: MARKET RISK MANAGEMENT AT CHASE.
NOTESChapter 14: Operational Risk Management; OPERATIONAL RISK-DEFINITION AND SCOPE; THE OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS; BEST PRACTICE IN OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT; EMERGING IT RISKS; CASE STUDY: HELLER FINANCIAL; Chapter 15: Business Applications; STAGE I: MINIMIZING THE DOWNSIDE; STAGE II: MANAGING UNCERTAINTY; STAGE III: PERFORMANCE OPTIMIZATION; THE FURTHER EVOLUTION OF RISK MANAGEMENT; Chapter 16: Financial Institutions; INDUSTRY TRENDS; RISK MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS; SYSTEMIC RISK; A LOOK TO THE FUTURE; CASE STUDY: CIBC; NOTES; Chapter 17: Energy Firms; INDUSTRY TRENDS.
Summary: A fully revised second edition focused on the best practices of enterprise risk management Since the first edition of Enterprise Risk Management: From Incentives to Controls was published a decade ago, much has changed in the worlds of business and finance. That's why James Lam has returned with a new edition of this essential guide. Written to reflect today's dynamic market conditions, the Second Edition of Enterprise Risk Management: From Incentives to Controls clearly puts this discipline in perspective. Engaging and informative, it skillfully examines both t.
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Cover; Praise; Series; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Preface; Acknowledgments; Section One: Risk Management in Context; Chapter 1: Introduction; THE BENEFITS OF RISK MANAGEMENT; INTEGRATION ADDS VALUE; CAUTIONARY TALES; NOTES; Chapter 2: Lessons Learned; LESSON #1: KNOW YOUR BUSINESS; LESSON #2: ESTABLISH CHECKS AND BALANCES; LESSON #3: SET LIMITS AND BOUNDARIES; LESSON #4: KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE CASH; LESSON #5: USE THE RIGHT YARDSTICK; LESSON #6: PAY FOR THE PERFORMANCE YOU WANT; LESSON #7: BALANCE THE YIN AND THE YANG; Chapter 3: Concepts and Processes; RISK CONCEPTS; RISK PROCESSES.

RISK AWARENESSRISK MEASUREMENT; RISK CONTROL; RISK IS A BELL CURVE; NOTES; Chapter 4: What Is ERM?; ERM DEFINITIONS; THE BENEFITS OF ERM; THE CHIEF RISK OFFICER; COMPONENTS OF ERM; NOTES; Section Two: The Enterprise Risk Management Framework; Chapter 5: Corporate Governance; CODES OF CONDUCT; BEST PRACTICES; LINKING CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND ERM; NOTES; Chapter 6: Line Management; THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LINE AND RISK FUNCTIONS; KEY CHALLENGES; BEST PRACTICES; NOTES; Chapter 7: Portfolio Management; THE THEORY OF ACTIVE PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT; BENEFITS OF ACTIVE PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT.

PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENTNOTES; Chapter 8: Risk Transfer; A BRIEF HISTORY OF ART; ADVANTAGES OF ART; PITFALLS OF ART; A LOOK TO THE FUTURE; CASE STUDY: HONEYWELL; CASE STUDY: BARCLAYS; NOTES; Chapter 9: Risk Analytics; RISK CONTROL ANALYTICS; RISK OPTIMIZATION ANALYTICS; MARKET RISK ANALYTICS; CREDIT RISK ANALYTICS; CREDIT PORTFOLIO MODELS; OPERATIONAL RISK ANALYTICS; GRC SYSTEMS; NOTES; Chapter 10: Data and Technology; EARLY SYSTEMS; DATA MANAGEMENT; INTERFACE BUILDING; MIDDLEWARE; DISTRIBUTED ARCHITECTURES; KEY FACTORS FOR A SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION.

Chapter 11: Stakeholder ManagementEMPLOYEES; CUSTOMERS; REGULATORS; RATING AGENCIES; SHAREHOLDER SERVICE PROVIDERS; BUSINESS PARTNERS; NOTES; Section Three: Risk Management Applications; Chapter 12: Credit Risk Management; KEY CREDIT RISK CONCEPTS; THE CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS; BASEL REQUIREMENTS; BEST PRACTICES IN CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT; CASE STUDY: EXPORT DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (EDC); NOTES; Chapter 13: Market Risk Management; TYPES OF MARKET RISK; MARKET RISK MEASUREMENT; MARKET RISK MANAGEMENT; BEST PRACTICES IN MARKET RISK MANAGEMENT; CASE STUDY: MARKET RISK MANAGEMENT AT CHASE.

NOTESChapter 14: Operational Risk Management; OPERATIONAL RISK-DEFINITION AND SCOPE; THE OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS; BEST PRACTICE IN OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT; EMERGING IT RISKS; CASE STUDY: HELLER FINANCIAL; Chapter 15: Business Applications; STAGE I: MINIMIZING THE DOWNSIDE; STAGE II: MANAGING UNCERTAINTY; STAGE III: PERFORMANCE OPTIMIZATION; THE FURTHER EVOLUTION OF RISK MANAGEMENT; Chapter 16: Financial Institutions; INDUSTRY TRENDS; RISK MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS; SYSTEMIC RISK; A LOOK TO THE FUTURE; CASE STUDY: CIBC; NOTES; Chapter 17: Energy Firms; INDUSTRY TRENDS.

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A fully revised second edition focused on the best practices of enterprise risk management Since the first edition of Enterprise Risk Management: From Incentives to Controls was published a decade ago, much has changed in the worlds of business and finance. That's why James Lam has returned with a new edition of this essential guide. Written to reflect today's dynamic market conditions, the Second Edition of Enterprise Risk Management: From Incentives to Controls clearly puts this discipline in perspective. Engaging and informative, it skillfully examines both t.

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