Moody’s Risk Perspectives – Integrated Risk Management Edition

Moody’s Analytics Launches Risk Perspectives –
Integrated Risk Management Edition

We are pleased to announce the newest edition of Risk PerspectivesTMmagazine. With risk management still highly fragmented and in silos at many firms, this edition focuses on helping financial institutions achieve truly integrated risk management so they can thrive in a world of ongoing regulatory, business, and industry demands.

The publication offers actionable insight to assist risk professionals in their day-to-day efforts to comply with new regulatory guidelines, master data management and infrastructure questions, and create value for their organization through more integrated and leaner risk management. It contains four sections:

  • Rethinking Risk Management  Discusses how banks can integrate their risk management framework, and benefit from synthesizing all the elements of risk
  • Regulatory Spotlight Looks at how integrated risk management will impact financial institutions’ preparation for regulations
  • Approaches to Implementation  Examines how to navigate the complexity that still hinders the integration of risk management and pinpoints key opportunities
  • Principles and Practices  Highlights effective practices for applying integrated risk management to your organization

To access your FREE copy, please click here to download the PDF version. To read the articles online, please click here. You will need to create a free account on MoodysAnalytics.com to gain unlimited access to our content, including Risk Perspectives.

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