Risk Management: An Introduction

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Risk Management: An Introduction

Risk Management: An Introduction

MP4 | Video: AVC 1280×720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1.5 Hours | Lec: 16 | 671 MB Genre: eLearning | Language: English
An essential guide to understanding Risk Management
There is risk inherent in nearly everything we do, but this course will focus on economic and financial risk, particularly as it relates to investment management.

Risk—and risk management—is an inescapable part of economic activity. People generally manage

their affairs in order to be as happy and secure as their environment and resources will allow.

But regardless of how carefully these affairs are managed, there is risk because the outcome,

whether good or bad, is seldom predictable with complete certainty.

There is risk inherent in nearly everything we do, but this course will focus on economic and

financial risk, particularly as it relates to investment management.

The questions that this course will address include the following:

  • does an organization measure and evaluate the risks it faces, and what tools does it have to address these risks?

This course is organized in five sections, the first section gives an Introduction to the concept of Risk Management, Section 2 describes the risk

management process, and Section 3 discusses risk governance and risk tolerance. Section 4 covers the

identification of various risks, and Section 5 addresses the measurement and management of risks.

Risk—and risk management—is an inescapable part of economic activity. People generally manage their

affairs in order to be as happy and secure as their environment and resources will allow. But regardless o

f how carefully these affairs are managed, there is risk because the outcome, whether good or bad, is seldom predictable with complete certainty.

There is risk inherent in nearly everything we do, but this course will focus on economic and financial risk, particularly as it relates to investment management.

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