Asia Risk 15: Technological evolution facilitates modern financial risk management


Fifteen years ago the concept of enterprise-wide risk management was just beginning to take hold in the global financial industry. In 1993, the Washington-based G-30 consultative group published its influential report, Derivatives: Practices and Principles, which called for the establishment of independent market and credit risk management functions in banks. The following year, JP Morgan launched its value-at-risk (VAR) methodology RiskMetrics, and financial institutions began to investigate

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