Risk management will face more challenges as crisis eases

The role of risk managers and chief risk officers could come under pressure as the financial crisis changes in shape, and companies worldwide begin to feel confident about the future, according to a report by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).

The report claims that "the level of authority currently enjoyed by the risk function could be fleeting" as a return to focus on profits could change priorities and funding for risk management.

However, it appears the consensus on this might not be

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