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As the risk manager of a major manufacturer, I've long been an observer of the changes sweeping both the insurance industry and corporate risk management. Today, many of the most important trends are linked in some way to the growing tendency to roll pure risk and financial (or speculative) risk into one risk-management program. Here's my take on the most important changes in risk management today and why I think it's important to keep pure risk and financial risk separate functions. Pure vs. financial risk. In some risk-management corners, it's now fashionable to merge "pure" risks (those ...
The documents released yesterday show that the government were aware in September 2008 that, at least under stress scenarios, Anglo Irish Bank was going to be insolvent. The Merrill Lynch report presented to the government the day they passed the guarantee states that “If one was to apply the INBS stress case scenario the writeoffs would deplete ordinary shareholders and other lower category subordinated debt by €7.5 billion.” Page 10 of the report shows that Anglo’s Tier One capital was €7.1 billion. In other words, they were considering scenarios in which Anglo was insolvent. On September 25 Read More
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