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

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INDEX
A380 Airbus, visual risk clusters, 109
accomplishments, 50
accountability
chief risk officer, 268
accuracy of estimates, 44
adjustment to strategies, 143
administration risk, 213
Age of Unreason, The (Charles Handy), 154
agreement on premises, 76
agricultural age risk, 133
AIG, 46, 48, 86
and visual risk, 88
Airbus and Boeing, 140
Airbus
A380 visual risk clusters, 109
Power8 program, 110
market risk, 142
strategy, 140
technology risk, 142
airlines, 241
A-level risk manager, 258
alignment of risks, x, 30, 209
alternative risk transfer, 90
AOL and Time Warner, 59
Aon Corporation, 19
Aon risk consultants, 256
applied research, 131
area(s) of focus
chief risk officer, 266
chief strategy officer, 267
risk managers, 262
assess the impact, 34
assumptions, 178
athletes
subculture risk, 167
Audit Committee requirements, SARBOX, 220
authority
chief risk officer, 268
auto companies
Chapter 11 bankruptcy, 248
auto company exposures, 245
auto crisis, 2009, 245
automobile manufacturers, 241
Aviva, risk manager interview, 285
basic research, 130
Bayeux, John (Willis Financial Institutions), 279
Beaumont risk leader case, 292
beliefs, 178
Black Swan, challenge of, 41
Blink, Malcolm Gladwell, 55
board involvement, 32
Boeing and Airbus, 140
Boeing strategy, 140
Boeing, market risk, 142
Boeing, technology risk, 142
border disruption, Ford Motor Company, 216
bribes in India, 203
Buckley, Paul (Tyco), 275
Buffett, Warren, 42
bureaucracy as a structure, 151
bureaucracy, values in, 152
Bush, George W., 171
Bush, George H.W., 171
business disruption, 215
business model, 30
model components, 5
matching risk categories, 10, 37, 207
business risk, 7
business support risk, 213
capital budgeting risk, 212
capital risk, 122
capital structure risk, 212
captives, formation of, 234
Carter, Jimmy, 171

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