Averting Financial Tsunami in Asia Pacific Banks with an Integrated Risk Management Approach
The Asia-Pacific region's financial institutions have not been hit by the credit crunch yet...but experts say the clouds are building on the horizon.
This webinar explores how strong risk management practices can help firms weather this gathering storm. OpRisk & Compliance's editor, Ellen Davis, will host a panel of top industry executives from throughout the region, who will discuss how they expect to be impacted by the crunch and how their risk management framework is adapting through the following questions:
-- How do you foresee impact of the Financial crisis to Asia Pacific banks in 2009 ?
-- Have the risk management approaches developed in American and European banks been ineffective in averting the crisis and what is there to learn for Asia Pacific banks?
-- Are Banks in Asia Pacific geared to proactively avert or minimize a Financial Tsunami? Is a well thought out Integrated Risk Management approach a possible solution?
-- How good is the risk data that firms have - can it throw up timely alerts to avert the crisis?
-- How should firms go about building up their risk management skill set to ensure they are ready to face the crisis if and when it hits Asia?
-- What would be the top 3 initiatives executives should do to increase the role of risk management in decision-making at the senior management and board level?
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