Fundamentals of Enterprise Risk Management: How Top Companies Assess Risk, Manage Exposures, and Seize Opportunities

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Many reference sources are helpful to understanding enterprise risk management. The following are some of the most important, many of which have been consulted during the preparation of this book.

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