Banks not effectively applying risk tools, says report

Only 31% of banks surveyed – from a pool of 106 – use credit risk tools when deal structuring, said PA in a report entitled Risk-based management in the banking sector. PA also believes that banks could significantly improve their shareholder returns by using their risk management tools to make “better” business decisions, such as risk-adjusted performance measures for staff remuneration.

“Credit risk tools are mostly being used to set prices and for accept/reject decisions, rather than to

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