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Simple Tools and Techniques for Enterprise Risk Management [electronic resource].

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781119989974Publication details: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, 2011.Edition: 2nd edISBN:
  • 9781119963219
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Simple Tools and Techniques for Enterprise Risk ManagementDDC classification:
  • 658.15/5 658.155
LOC classification:
  • HD61 .C494 2011
Online resources:
Contents:
Simple Tools and Techniques for Enterprise Risk Management; List of Figures; Preface to the Second Edition; Acknowledgements; About the Author; PART I ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT IN CONTEXT; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Risk Diversity; 1.2 Approach to Risk Management; 1.3 Business Growth Through Risk Taking; 1.4 Risk and Opportunity; 1.5 The Role of the Board; 1.6 Primary Business Objective (or Goal); 1.7 What is Enterprise Risk Management?; 1.8 Benefits of Enterprise Risk Management; 1.9 Structure; 1.9.1 Corporate Governance; 1.9.2 Internal Control; 1.9.3 Implementation
1.9.4 Risk Management Framework1.9.5 Risk Management Policy; 1.9.6 Risk Management Process; 1.9.7 Sources of Risk; 1.10 Summary; 1.11 References; 2 Developments in Corporate Governance in the UK; 2.1 Investor Unrest; 2.2 The Problem of Agency; 2.3 The Cadbury Committee; 2.4 The Greenbury Report; 2.5 The Hampel Committee and the Combined Code of 1998; 2.6 Smith Guidance on Audit Committees; 2.7 Higgs; 2.8 Tyson; 2.9 Combined Code on Corporate Governance 2003; 2.10 Companies Act 2006; 2.11 Combined Code on Corporate Governance 2008
2.12 Sir David Walker's Review of Corporate Governance, July 2009 (Consultation Paper)2.13 Sir David Walker's Review of Corporate Governance, November 2009 (Final Recommendation); 2.14 House of Commons Treasury Committee 2009; 2.15 UK Corporate Governance Code, June 2010; 2.16 The "Comply or Explain" Regime; 2.17 Definition of Corporate Governance; 2.18 Formation of Companies; 2.19 The Financial Services Authority and Markets Act 2000; 2.20 The London Stock Exchange; 2.21 Summary; 2.22 References; 3 Developments in Corporate Governance in the US; 3.1 Corporate Governance
3.2 The Securities and Exchange Commission3.2.1 Creation of the SEC; 3.2.2 Organisation of the SEC; 3.3 The Laws That Govern the Securities Industry; 3.3.1 Securities Act 1933; 3.3.2 Securities Exchange Act 1934; 3.3.3 Trust Indenture Act 1939; 3.3.4 Investment Company Act 1940; 3.3.5 Investment Advisers Act 1940; 3.4 Catalysts for the Sarbanes-Oxley Act 2002; 3.4.1 Enron; 3.4.2 WorldCom; 3.4.3 Tyco International; 3.4.4 Provisions of the Act; 3.4.5 Implementation; 3.4.6 Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404; 3.4.7 The Positive Effects of Post-Enron Reforms
3.4.8 Criticism of Section 404 Before the Global Financial Crisis3.4.9 Criticism of Section 404 After the Global Financial Crisis; 3.5 National Association of Corporate Directors 2008; 3.6 Summary; 3.7 References; 4 The Global Financial Crisis of 2007-2009: A US Perspective; 4.1 The Financial Crisis in Summary; 4.2 How the Financial Crisis Unfolded; 4.3 The United States Mortgage Finance Industry; 4.4 Subprime Model of Mortgage Lending; 4.4.1 Contributing Events to the Credit Crisis; 4.4.2 Foreclosures; 4.4.3 Negative Equity; 4.4.4 Housing Surplus; 4.4.5 Vicious Circles
4.5 Why this Crisis Warrants Close Scrutiny
Summary: Your business reputation can take years to build-and mere minutes to destroy The range of business threats is evolving rapidly but your organization can thrive and gain a competitive advantage with your business vision for enterprise risk management. Trends affecting markets-events in the global financial markets, changing technologies, environmental priorities, dependency on intellectual property-all underline how important it is to keep up to speed on the latest financial risk management practices and procedures. This popular book on enterprise risk management has been expa
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Simple Tools and Techniques for Enterprise Risk Management; List of Figures; Preface to the Second Edition; Acknowledgements; About the Author; PART I ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT IN CONTEXT; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Risk Diversity; 1.2 Approach to Risk Management; 1.3 Business Growth Through Risk Taking; 1.4 Risk and Opportunity; 1.5 The Role of the Board; 1.6 Primary Business Objective (or Goal); 1.7 What is Enterprise Risk Management?; 1.8 Benefits of Enterprise Risk Management; 1.9 Structure; 1.9.1 Corporate Governance; 1.9.2 Internal Control; 1.9.3 Implementation

1.9.4 Risk Management Framework1.9.5 Risk Management Policy; 1.9.6 Risk Management Process; 1.9.7 Sources of Risk; 1.10 Summary; 1.11 References; 2 Developments in Corporate Governance in the UK; 2.1 Investor Unrest; 2.2 The Problem of Agency; 2.3 The Cadbury Committee; 2.4 The Greenbury Report; 2.5 The Hampel Committee and the Combined Code of 1998; 2.6 Smith Guidance on Audit Committees; 2.7 Higgs; 2.8 Tyson; 2.9 Combined Code on Corporate Governance 2003; 2.10 Companies Act 2006; 2.11 Combined Code on Corporate Governance 2008

2.12 Sir David Walker's Review of Corporate Governance, July 2009 (Consultation Paper)2.13 Sir David Walker's Review of Corporate Governance, November 2009 (Final Recommendation); 2.14 House of Commons Treasury Committee 2009; 2.15 UK Corporate Governance Code, June 2010; 2.16 The "Comply or Explain" Regime; 2.17 Definition of Corporate Governance; 2.18 Formation of Companies; 2.19 The Financial Services Authority and Markets Act 2000; 2.20 The London Stock Exchange; 2.21 Summary; 2.22 References; 3 Developments in Corporate Governance in the US; 3.1 Corporate Governance

3.2 The Securities and Exchange Commission3.2.1 Creation of the SEC; 3.2.2 Organisation of the SEC; 3.3 The Laws That Govern the Securities Industry; 3.3.1 Securities Act 1933; 3.3.2 Securities Exchange Act 1934; 3.3.3 Trust Indenture Act 1939; 3.3.4 Investment Company Act 1940; 3.3.5 Investment Advisers Act 1940; 3.4 Catalysts for the Sarbanes-Oxley Act 2002; 3.4.1 Enron; 3.4.2 WorldCom; 3.4.3 Tyco International; 3.4.4 Provisions of the Act; 3.4.5 Implementation; 3.4.6 Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404; 3.4.7 The Positive Effects of Post-Enron Reforms

3.4.8 Criticism of Section 404 Before the Global Financial Crisis3.4.9 Criticism of Section 404 After the Global Financial Crisis; 3.5 National Association of Corporate Directors 2008; 3.6 Summary; 3.7 References; 4 The Global Financial Crisis of 2007-2009: A US Perspective; 4.1 The Financial Crisis in Summary; 4.2 How the Financial Crisis Unfolded; 4.3 The United States Mortgage Finance Industry; 4.4 Subprime Model of Mortgage Lending; 4.4.1 Contributing Events to the Credit Crisis; 4.4.2 Foreclosures; 4.4.3 Negative Equity; 4.4.4 Housing Surplus; 4.4.5 Vicious Circles

4.5 Why this Crisis Warrants Close Scrutiny

Your business reputation can take years to build-and mere minutes to destroy The range of business threats is evolving rapidly but your organization can thrive and gain a competitive advantage with your business vision for enterprise risk management. Trends affecting markets-events in the global financial markets, changing technologies, environmental priorities, dependency on intellectual property-all underline how important it is to keep up to speed on the latest financial risk management practices and procedures. This popular book on enterprise risk management has been expa