Financial Enterprise Risk Management provides all the tools needed to build and maintain a comprehensive ERM framework. As well as outlining the construction of such frameworks, it discusses the internal and external contexts within which risk management must be carried out. It also covers a range of qualitative and quantitative techniques that can be used to identify, model and measure risks, and describes a range of risk mitigation strategies. Over 100 diagrams are used to help describe the range of approaches available, and risk management issues are further highlighted by various case studies. A number of proprietary, advisory and mandatory risk management frameworks are also discussed, including Solvency II, Basel III and ISO 31000:2009. This book is an excellent resource for actuarial students studying for examinations, for risk management practitioners and for any academic looking for an up-to-date reference to current techniques.
Preface; 1. An introduction to ERM; 2. Types of financial institution; 3. Stakeholders; 4. The internal environment; 5. The external environment; 6. Process overview; 7. Definitions of risk; 8. Risk identification; 9. Some useful statistics; 10. Statistical distributions; 11. Modelling techniques; 12. Extreme value theory; 13. Modelling time series; 14. Quantifying particular risks; 15. Risk assessment; 16. Responses to risk; 17. Continuous considerations; 18. Economic capital; 19. Risk frameworks; 20. Case studies; Index.
An excellent resource for actuarial students studying for examinations in enterprise risk management; for risk management practitioners involved with banks, insurance companies and pension schemes; and for academics looking for an up-to-date reference. This book covers the full range of qualitative and quantitative techniques needed and includes various case studies.
Collana: International Series on Actuarial Science
Dimensioni: 228 x 35 x 152 mm
Illustration Notes:120 b/w illus. 25 tables
Pagine Arabe: 562