The financial crisis of 2008 has changed the banking landscape forever. Regulation now requires that risk management, once a basement activity, be a boardroom level concern.
In this series of articles, Al Forrester discusses the new roles of risk management and capital adequacy in banking strategy, and explores how they can be shifted from onerous burden to strategic advantage.
In four parts, this series looks at:
- Introduction to risk and financial performance
- Methodology for risk management
- Relationships between risks and planning
- Risk 'unpacking' and stress testing
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