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Asset-Liability Management (ALM) is concerned with strategic management of assets (uses of funds) and liabilities (sources of funds) of banks, against risks caused by changes in the liquidity.
Title of Dissertation: INTERNAL CONTROL, ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT, AND FIRM PERFORMANCE Chih-Yang Tseng, Ph.D., 2007 Dissertation Directed By: Professor, Lawrence A. Gordon, Department of Accounting and Information Assurance Robert H. Smith School of Business This dissertation investigates two research questions arising from the regulation of.
Non-Financial Risk Management (“NFRM”) is the Risk function for the Non-Financial Risk types of the Bank, including Operational Risk and owns the overarching Operational Risk Management Framework (ORMF). The ORMF is a set of interrelated tools and processes that are used to identify, assess, measure, monitor and remediate operational risks.
DSMC Risk Management Guide for DoD Acquisition, February 2001 This DSMC guidebook provides acquisition professionals and program managers with a reference for dealing with system acquisition risks. The guide takes the reader from an introduction to basic risk management concepts through implementation and techniques that address the aspects of risk management.
The following guide contains several dissertation topics on risk management, particularly in supply chain management, CSR, social risks, and in the financial industry. We hope it helps. 1. Risk Management in a Supply Chain: How have current trends in global supply chain management impacted the way that risk-management strategies have evolved?
An Overview of Risk Management at Canadian Banks Meyer Aaron, Jim Armstrong, and Mark Zelmer he Bank of Canada is interested in developments in risk management at Canadian banks because of the critical role that banks play in the Canadian financial system. This report provides a brief overview of risk-management practices at Canadian banks. It is.
Based on these scores, the G-SIBs are assigned to buckets. National supervisors, including the Federal Reserve, use these buckets to determine how much more capital each bank must hold. This extra capital is meant to reduce banks’ risk of default. The systemic importance scores of several Asian banks rose for the second year in a row.