Risk Management, in theory, consists of rules, regulations and procedures. Successful application of the same calls for imagination, innovation and common sense. It is because risk perception differs from person to person and impacts vary from one situation to other, standard formula may not work in all cases. The book contains good amount of details on rules and regulations and also cover practical aspects of risk management. Students as well as Banking and Finance Professionals will find this book an ideal companion to understand Risk Management.
• Introduction to Risk • Financial Risk Management • Enterprise Risk Management • Overview of Financial and Banking Risks • Risk Management In Banks • Insurance Business Risk • Investment Risk Management in Insurance Companies • Stress Test in Insurance Management • Risk Management in Investment Banking • When Can Risk Management Fail? • Conclusion