This write-up is a continuation of an earlier publication on how risk managers could employ derivatives such as options, swaps, futures, and forwards to effectively mitigate risk in their respective organisations. Discussions in the previous publication ended on some examples … Read the rest
Risk has been identified as an inevitable phenomenon that threatens the “smooth-sailing” of any organisational “ship.” Here, organisational ship refers to the day-to-day operations, medium-term and long-term development and growth strategies of an institution. As noted earlier, the perceived threats … Read the rest
Every individual, organisation or nation is exposed to risk in one form or the other. Several definitions have been advanced by authors of various disciplines to aptly describe the concepts of risk and risk management. The foregoing possibilities notwithstanding, the … Read the rest
Throughout the world, proactive risk managers develop measures to prevent, minimise, or manage the negative effects of risk on their organisations. Extant research affirms the existence of various ways in which companies could effectively manage risk. The strategy adapted by … Read the rest
This write-up is a continuation of earlier publications on how managers could effectively strategise and manage complex investment decisions to ensure profitability of their respective firms. Discussions in the previous feature ended on some capital budgeting methods.
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