The Whole Truth Concerning ERM

Coyne, Frank J.
February 2008
Best's Review;Feb2008, Vol. 108 Issue 10, p90
Trade Publication
The article focuses on innovative strategies for property/casualty insurers to master the art and science of enterprise risk management (ERM). It cites that finance-focused risk management functions to examine and control risks in bonds, equities and other investment instruments and foreign exchange. Meanwhile, operations-focused risk management generally takes on insurance enterprise exposures.


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