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|Title:||Implementation of enterprise risk management (ERM) tools - a case study||Authors:||Rao, A.||Issue Date:||2009||Journal:||Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal||Abstract:||This case study in illustrates how one private sector organization (Case A), uses ERM within its strategic control process. The strategic framework adopted by the case company encompasses objective setting, risk identification, risk assessment, application of value at risk (VAR) as a quantitative risk assessment technique employed by the case company, and portraying risk assessment analyzed in Section A. This case study demonstrates the prudence and practicality of the recommendations of COSO (2004) framework and Turnbull report for integrating the management of risk and organizational performance in general as part of a coherent approach to corporate governance.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12216/3|
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