Air Force Model May Fly in Credit

Lindeen, Eric
June 2010
American Banker;6/4/2010, Vol. 175 Issue F321, p8
Trade Publication
In the article the author reflects on the length of time it takes for the financial service industry to develop and implement new credit risk policy. He opines that credit risk executives may benefit from the OODA loop approach, a decision making process used by fighter pilots.


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