risk management Articles

  • Managing risk of liquidity: a new dimension of risk management

    Prudent liquidity risk management is a critical component of contemporary complex financial risk management. In the aftermath of the world financial crisis that started in 2007 the liquidity risk area received close attention from financial firms and regulators. The article begins with an introduction of the concept of liquidity risk management, a key component of the Basel III framework. The ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • EHS and Operational Risk Management

    EHS and Operational Risk Management - a white paper exploring pro-active and integrated operational risk management strategy relied upon by successful businesses. Introduction Probably the most important factor in managing a successful business is the approach to risk management. Over recent years there has been a focus on managing financial risk. But risk goes beyond the finance function. The ...


  • International management and risk assessment

    This article presents the US experience from periodical business failures and collapses of the financial markets. It could be a lesson for the Central and Eastern European countries on their economies during the post-transition era. International management is one of the strongest aspects of major US corporations, and risk management is their day-to-day concern. It emphasises the importance of ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Risk management versus incentives

    Portfolio theory indicates that risk management should take place at the group level. Hedging at the project level or in the individual business areas may lead to suboptimal results. However, the efficiency of a profit centre depends on its management's being able to influence factors that are crucial to the unit's financial results. Price hedging could be one such factor. In the wider ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Homeland Security: Managing the Risks

    Untitled Document Following the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11, 2001, the U.S. ...

  • Supply chain risk management

    The existing models utilise a mean value approach with deterministic failure cost to determine the optimal number of suppliers in the presence of supplier failure risks. The mean value approach assumes, the firm has a linear utility function with respect to the supply disruptions. For major disruptions that could threaten the survival of the firm, the linearity assumption is questionable. ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Risk management and organised crime

    As travel becomes more and more accessible for individuals, the potential for risk at destination will develop. As a potential way forward the education of stakeholders in the form of travellers offers policy makers a potential window to limit risk and enhance safety whilst engaging in travel. As a potential force for good, the actions of the mobile tourist could be harnessed and used as a ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Foundations of integrated risk management

    This paper concentrates on broadening the concept of risk management beyond the considerations of cost, schedule and performance. The author uses his experience with NASA to provide both a foundation for an integrated risk management plan and a tentative plan. The plan integrates risk across both the temporal and the hierarchical dimensions.Keywords: integrated risk management, project ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Risk and risk management in agriculture: an overview and empirical results

    The paper gives an overview of sources of risk and risk management strategies in agriculture. As risk is an inescapable fact of life, in particular in agriculture, farmers must try to manage risk effectively. Risk management is an integral part of good management of a farm, being a way to avoid losses and exploit opportunities. Results of a field survey with 731 Dutch livestock farmers are ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Are you taking big risks with your risk management?

    Introduction We like the word ‘professional’ – it gives us a sense of security. We have our accounts prepared by a qualified accountant, we use a lawyer to write a contract, and we go to a doctor for medical advice. So if your business or government agency needed to make a very important, risk-based decision would you make sure that the risk assessment was done by an ...


    By Vose Software

  • A desirable future for technology risk management

    This paper outlines a scenario for the future of Technology Risk Management which the author suggests is internally consistent, linked to current practice, achievable, and desirable. It is a personal view which reflects the concerns and goals of the author. It is offered as a basis for discussion with others of the goals we might seek jointly to facilitate effective progress.Keywords: risk ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Managing hurricane risk in the Gulf of Mexico

    The 2004 and 2005 Gulf of Mexico hurricane seasons expanded the traditional definition of risk and asset management for the oil and gas industry. At the most important level, the industry did an excellent job of protecting the lives of people directly involved in operations. In addition, in the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the industry expended an extraordinary effort in getting ...


    By ABS Consulting

  • Natural disaster and financial risk management

    This paper explores and discusses the financial issues faced by firms in a natural disaster. It introduces the disaster risk environment and the factors that affect the operations of a firm. The implications of a natural disaster in terms of unsystematic and systematic risks, investment evaluation, strategic investment, and risk and compliance are addressed. It provides a framework to analyse the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Enterprise risk management, the new imperative

    Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is a new, strategic imperative that is gaining momentum. Leaner operating models and global sourcing have made companies stand up and take notice: managing risk is important! And Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) risk is no exception. According to AMR Research, nearly half of surveyed companies plan to increase spending on Operational Risk Management ...


    By Lexicon Systems, LLC

  • Managing risk in stock market alerts

    The market surveillance function of a stock exchange is to provide a fair and orderly market by monitoring stock price movements. Alerts are generated when an activity appears suspicious. Management needs a methodology to balance the risk of failing to identify an illegal transaction while investigating false alerts that are costly and time-consuming to process. To assist management in making ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Post-deal environmental risk management

    In the Mergers & Acquisitions series supplement of Financier Worldwide, Simon Johnson, Managing Director of ENVIRON FRS, provides insight into how to avoid 'suprises' in business by completing strategic and comprehensive risk management, both pre- and ...


    By ENVIRON

  • Risk management of complex critical systems

    It is crucial to examine the changing panorama of vulnerabilities and criticalities in our increasingly interconnected world. Understanding the meaning of complexity and its implications allows us to see the interconnectedness of the world for enhanced risk management in technical and social systems. In this respect, a framework to assess complex systems is necessary to understand vulnerabilities ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Models for risk management of systems of systems

    This paper addresses the need for developing a body of prescriptive theory and methodology for modelling Systems of Systems (SoS). This will enable analysts to appropriately model and understand the SoS evolving behaviour due to the continued forced changes imposed on them. To place this need in historical perspective, the evolution of the field of systems engineering/analysis is briefly ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • ecoAsset Risk Management: the Missing Link.

    Allowances, credits, and other tradable environmental assets created as a result of compliance programmes – collectively known as the ecoAsset portfolio – introduce financial uncertainty as their balance sheet values rise and fall with emissions market prices. Like other commodity markets characterised by forward price uncertainty, ecoAsset portfolio risk is manageable using commodity risk ...


    By IHS Markit

  • Flood risk management plans 1

    Flood risk management plans (FRMPs) contain an approach for saving or improving flood protection within a river basin. They shall address all aspects of flood risk management focusing on prevention, protection and preparedness (EC 2007). FRMPs include the conclusion of the preliminary flood risk assessment, the flood hazard maps and flood risk maps. Furthermore they should contain: description ...


    By IWA Publishing

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