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Risk Analysis

Port and ships become hacker targets

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]26.03.2015, 06:42

Shipping losses continued their long-term downward trend with 75 reported worldwide in 2014, making it the safest year in shipping for 10 years, according to Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty...

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Risk is everyone’s responsibility

Training as a Powerful Tool for Evolving Risk Culture

Sarah Tennyson [Moody's Analytics]13.03.2015, 08:00

Enterprise-wide risk management requires a shift in the behavior and mindset of employees across an organization. To realize the full benefits of improved systems, tools, and analytical skills,...

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Risk culture

Balance compliance and corporate management

Christoph Schwager / Andrea Fechner09.03.2015, 16:20

In the aftermath of the recent financial market crisis, the burden of implementing regulatory requirements has been constantly increasing. From a political perspective, the key issue is establishing...

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Rethinking Risk Management

Lean Management: A New Zeitgeist in Risk Management

Christian Thun [Moody's Analytics]02.03.2015, 14:10

Banks can greatly benefit from a leaner and more integrated approach to risk management. This article addresses how banks can constantly evolve to an efficient and productive process, by focusing on...

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Commodities

Conflicting data sends crude oil rangebound

Ole Hansen [Saxo Bank]23.02.2015, 11:18

Commodities had a mixed week with currencies and equities providing little guidance. In Europe the economic outlook continues to improve while the showdown with Athens carries on with most expecting...

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Outlook

Crude oil sees biggest rally in 17 years

Ole Hansen [Head of Commodity Strategy, Saxo Bank]09.02.2015, 15:45

Commodities made a strong comeback during the past week with the Bloomberg Commodity index returning 2.3%, the best weekly result in 18 months. Gains were seen across most sectors apart from precious...

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From Denmark to China

Currency pegs around the world in focus

John J. Hardy06.02.2015, 10:49

After  the  January 15 currency earthquake, when the Swiss National Bank suddenly walked away from the franc ceiling, currency pegs around the world have come into focus. In Europe, the...

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Political Risk Map 2015

Growing political risk in the year ahead and beyond

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]02.02.2015, 20:26

Geopolitical tensions, falling commodity prices, separatist movements, and more are shaping today’s political risk landscape. There is a clear divide between healthy emerging markets and those that...

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Outlook

Crude oil consolidating, gold being challenged

Ole Hansen [Saxo Bank]02.02.2015, 14:23

January proved to be another difficult month for commodities as the trend of falling prices amid rising supply (from crude and corn to iron ore and copper) resulted in a seventh consecutive monthly...

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The world in 30 years

Robots Replacing People, Robots Serving People: Forecast for 2045

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]23.01.2015, 10:02

About 30 years ago the personal computer began to make its way into regular use – and it went on to transform society and the way we live our lives. Kaspersky Lab’s experts decided to mark that...

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Global Risks 2015

International Conflict Tops List of Global Risks

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]21.01.2015, 10:55

The biggest threat to the stability of the world in the next 10 years comes from the risk of international conflict, according to the 10th edition of the Global Risks report, which is published...

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Lower losses from weather extremes and earthquakes

Review of natural catastrophes in 2014

Redaktion RiskNET07.01.2015, 16:32

The absence of very severe catastrophes and a quiet hurricane season in the North Atlantic meant that losses from natural catastrophes in 2014 were much lower. At US$ 7bn, the most expensive event in...

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Interview with Prof. Leonhard Knoll, Universität Würzburg

CAPM and company valuation

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]19.11.2014, 08:54

Future opportunities and risks play a large part in determining the value of a company. But looking at company valuation in practice, we can see that from the CAPM perspective a sound risk and...

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Risk Perception

The risk paradox

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]05.08.2014, 16:05

Leonardo da Vinci once claimed that all our knowledge has its origin in our perceptions. The sensory perception organs (sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell) allow us to perceive risk physically...

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Cognitive neuroscience and risk

Risk Manager should not rely on heuristics or intuition

RiskNET [Editor-in-chief]28.03.2014, 15:25

Leonardo da Vinci once claimed that all our knowledge has its origin in our perceptions. Thus, our (presumed) knowledge of risks also depends hugely on our very subjective and therefore highly...

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