Scenario analysis key for more efficient modelling

Assessing exposures and vulnerabilities gives sophisticated risk view

ariane-chapelle
Ariane Chapelle

As one of the four pillars of the advanced measurement approach, scenario analysis is a major compliance exercise, but it should be much more than this. In times of volatility and uncertain competitive, regulatory and technological environments, scenarios are an important way to assess business resilience.

Just as risk identification is the first step of risk management, scenario identification is the first step of scenario analysis. Forget the ready-made lists from industry think-tanks and

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