Merrill Lynch Outlines Its Risk Operations


NEW YORK--Merrill Lynch has outlined details of its risk management operations in its 1997 annual report. The bank's trading risks are predominantly generated by client orders, says the report, and are managed by hedging strategies and corporate risk management policies. Market risk management is organized along product lines, the report adds, while credit risk management is centralized.

Responsibility for risk management supervision at Merrill is spread across several groups, says the report

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