Practitioner analysis: Reaping the advantages of Basel II

Many firms have pursued enterprise-wide risk assessment, with varying levels of success. The challenge has been to align risk assessments with business objectives and to integrate risk assessment and analysis into day-to-day operations.

The purpose of enterprise risk assessment was to create a standard means of assessing risk across an organisation. The main goal of this approach was to aggregate different types of risk, such as operations, compliance, credit, market, strategic and reputation

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