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Risk Management for Banks: Policies and Procedures
Library/File Location PRATT/RMBPP
MBTEST/RMBPP
Source Selection Location /Area of Law - By Topic/Banking & Financial Services/Search Analysis, Law Reviews & Journals/A.S. Pratt
/Area of Law - By Topic/Federal Practice/Search Analysis, Law Reviews & Journals/Banking/A.S. Pratt
/Area of Law - By Topic/Financial Crisis Litigation/Banking & Financial Services/Search Analysis, Law Reviews & Journals/A.S. Pratt
/Area of Law - By Topic/Financial Services Industry - Critical Issues/Banking & Financial Services/Search Analysis, Law Reviews & Journals/A.S. Pratt
/Secondary Legal/A.S. Pratt
Coverage

Through June 2014; Release 14

Frequency of Update Published regularly - Atypical frequency
Online
Availability
Updated regularly - Atypical update schedule
Publisher Sheshunoff
Data Format Full-text
Description

A survey of financial institution executive management noted concerns that many banks/risk management systems have failed to deliver the full value that was anticipated. Almost two-thirds of the respondents wanted risk management to provide a much more strategic role in management activities and added value to the business charter.

Risk management continues to be defined and driven by regulation, and does not serve as an element of strategic daily management and future planning. Often, risk management is separate from business unit initiatives, and disjointed in action steps.

From emphasizing the development and utilization of enterprise-wide risk management techniques, to focusing on board of directors risk management oversight, this manual offers guidance to bank management teams. Comments and points are provided regarding risk management and risk tolerance considerations. For example, one chapter focuses specifically on enterprise risk management; another chapter has insights regarding the importance of managing third-party relationships. When outsourcing requirements for support work or data processing, the risk still remains with the institution to properly manage risk controls.

Regions of Coverage /Region of Coverage/United States
/Region of Coverage/North America/United States
Publication Type /Source Type/Treatises & Analytical Material
Legal /Legal/Banking & Finance Law
Industry /Industry/Legal
/Industry/Banking & Finance
Premier Date November 21, 2013


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