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Browse articles on risk management.

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Data ethics: risk management for the algorithmic age

The article discusses the risks posed by big data analytics to businesses. Topics covered include how big data analytics can harm individuals in ways such as privacy invasion, manipulation and bias, the threats that it can bring to individual consumers and to the reputation and brand of the companies, and the need for companies to educate themselves about human rights frameworks and other ethical philosophies when managing big data risks.

Enterprise Risk Management in financial institutions

Article looks at the emergence of the new risk department in financial institutions - the Enterprise Risk Management department which deals with risks that cut across tradition risk categories. ERM departments focus on new and emerging risks that have no traditional home in risk management departments. To illustrate ERM analysis, two case studies are presented: cryptocurrency and climate change risk.

What is Enterprise Risk Managment?

Article gives an in depth overview of what ERM is and presents the four pillars of ERM: a coordinating role through the ownership of the risk management framework; the creation of the risk appetite statement, a foundational element of that framework; development of aggregating risk measures; and rounding up of cross-cutting risks

Diversification - is it sufficient for effective portfolio risk management?

The article explores whether diversification is enough for effective portfolio risk management in practice. Topics include diversifying one's investments doesn't increase the level of expected returns, but rather it provides a more acceptable actual outcome.

Managing 21st century political risk

This article states that despite political risks coming from a wide array of potential threats , effective risk management is still fairly straightforward. The authors outline what each of four competencies (understanding risk; analyzing risk; mitigating risk; responding to crises) entail, providing questions that every organization can ask to identify gaps, along with case studies that illustrate how companies have successfully addressed real-world political threats.

Maximise productivity and minimise risk with mobile management

As business becomes increasingly mobile, we look at the latest trends in mobile device management. The article focuses on analysis of approaches regarding administration of mobile device management with enterprise mobility management (EMM).

How risk management can enable growth

The article presents a study on the importance of risk management to promote sustainable long-term corporate growth. It cites the factors that drive efficient growth, including capital allocation, research & development portfolios, and mergers and acquisitions deals. It explores the benefits of using the enterprise risk management (ERM) program to combat risk aversion.

The ERM imperative: How Enterprise Risk Management can prevent corporate scandals

The article discusses the benefits of enterprise risk management (ERM) in protecting companies from financial-related scandals and reputational damage. It explains the common cause of corporate scandals is the failure to identify or mitigate risks that expose the organization to systemic failures. It suggests that organizations need to incorporate an effective enterprise risk management program..

Adopt a holistic view of risk: GRC builds on the foundation of enterprise risk management.

To accommodate the increase in responsibility that accompanied the increase in size and complexity of credit unions, many credit unions have adopted an approach known as governance, risk management and compliance (GRC).

Board oversight of the risk management function: Part 2

Key risk management considerations and principles relevant to boards of directors of mutual funds.

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