The benefits of Enron

The role of derivatives in Enron’s collapse has prompted calls for stricter regulations about their use and accounting treatment. To the relief of dealers, few of these proposals have made any headway. But other forces are at work. Specifically, changes in insurance standards and shareholder expectations due to the Enron debacle have increased the importance of corporate chief risk officers (CROs). And, while shareholder lawsuits have in the past often targeted companies whose derivatives

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