Strategic risk management: Facilitating riskbased insurance decisions

As we define it, strategic risk management (SRM) is the process of identifying, assessing and economically managing potentially enterprise-threatening losses over time; in other words, it is a way to mitigate evolving risks before they "spiral out of control." Below we identify and describe the functions comprising SRM, and we illustrate each by way of practical examples.

Source
PWC
Length of Resource
17
Resource File
Author
Joseph Calandro, Jr.
Date Published
Publication Type
paper
Resource Type
commercial

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