New study reveals traditional financial benchmarks, and not much-publicized issues such as environment, are the top concerns of senior risk managers

SOURCE: University of Cambridge

New study reveals traditional financial benchmarks, and not much-publicized issues such as environment, are the top concerns of senior risk managers

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Cambridge, UK – 15 November 2018

 New Global risk management report

Traditional financial benchmarks, not much-publicized issues such as environment, are the top concerns of senior risk managers, says new report from the Centre for Risk Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School and the Institute for Risk Management

 A new report issued today shows that traditional benchmarks such as financial and operational performance top the concerns of senior risk managers of global corporations over a 12-month time horizon, while some highly publicized issues such as taxation, environment, and diversity lag well behind.

The enterprise risk management (ERM) report from the Centre for Risk Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School and the Institute for Risk Management finds that financials, operational performance, reputation, and regulation are each ranked by risk managers near the top of the report’s index.

To see a summary of the report posted on the Cambridge Judge Business School website please click here

To download the full 63-page report “Risk Management Perspectives of Global Corporations” please click here

For further information, please contact press-publicity@jbs.cam.ac.uk

 

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