Managing Risks, Not Unknowns

Fest, Glen; Sraeel, Holly
January 2009
Bank Technology News;Jan2009, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the strategies that will help the financial services industry to manage risks in the U.S. It reveals that financial institutions should implement effective risk modeling which will focus on assessing factors that will contribute to the development of credit and liquidity risks. These models include stress testing, credit-risk indicator and statistical models and value-at-risk model.


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