Finance : Financial Risk Management
Financial Risk Management Financial risk management refers to a targeted process by which an organisations exposure to financial risk is considered, analysed and controlled. Risk managers identify each and every immediate and long-term financial risk the business may be exposed to, so as to pre-empt, mitigate or avoid the biggest threats entirely. Financial risk management comprises a variety of sub-categories of risk, which include operational risk, credit risk and market risk, foreign exchange risk, shape risk, volatility risk, liquidity risk, inflation risk, business risk, legal risk, reputational risk and sector risk. Its only by carefully considering what can and might happen in the future that a business can avoid potentially catastrophic financial pitfalls along the way. Explore the fascinating world of financial risk management with this advanced tutorial. Discover the benefits of financial risk management for the modern business, along with the scope of financial risk, implementation of an FRM program and the most important financial risk types.
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Financial Risk Management
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