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ERM can also be described as a risk-based approach to managing an enterprise, integrating concepts of internal control, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, and strategic planning. ERM is evolving to address the needs of various stakeholders, who want to understand the broad spectrum of risks facing complex organizations to ensure they are appropriately managed. Regulators and debt rating agencies have increased their scrutiny on the risk management processes of companies.
This book is your ultimate resource for Enterprise risk management (ERM). Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.
In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Enterprise risk management (ERM) right away, covering: Enterprise risk management, Code audit, David Coderre, Computer Aided Audit Tools, Computer forensics, Computer fraud, Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, Continuous controls monitoring, Datacenter star audit, History of information technology auditing, COBIT, Host protected area, ACL (software company), Information security audit, Information technology audit, Information technology audit process, Erik Laykin, Mobile device forensics, National Information Infrastructure Protection Act, SekChek Classic, SekChek Local, Statement on Auditing Standards No. 99: Consideration of Fraud, List of actuarial topics, Actuarial science, 100-year flood, (a,b,0) class of distributions, Actuarial control cycle, Actuarial credibility, Actuarial exam, Actuarial notation, Actuarial present value, Actuarial reserves, Actuary, Enrolled Actuary, Age stratification, Annuity function, Area compatibility factor, ASSA AIDS model, Asset allocation, Asset/liability modeling, Auto insurance risk selection, Average high cost multiple, Bühlmann model, CAS Exam 7C 2009, Catastrophe modeling, Certified Risk Manager, Coherent risk measure, Cohort (statistics), Compound annual growth rate, Compound interest, Copula (statistics), Credibility theory, Credit Valuation Adjustment, CRESTA, De Moivre's law, Decrement table, Demography, Discounting, Disease, Economic capital, Egalitarian mortality, Embedded value, Esscher principle, European Embedded Value, Extreme value theory, Failure rate, Fictional actuaries, Financial economics, Financial engineering, Financial modeling, Force of mortality, Future interests (actuarial science), General insurance, Generalized linear model, German Statutory Accident Insurance, Gompertz-Makeham law of mortality, John Graunt, International Association of Black Actuaries, Insurable risk, Insurance cycle, Joint Board for the Enrollment of Actuaries, K-factor (actuarial), Kaplan-Meier estimator, Lee-Carter Model, Lexis diagram, Liability-driven investment strategy, Life annuity, Life expectancy, Life table, Anders Lindstedt, Longevity risk, Mathematical finance, Mathematical statistics, Maximum life span...and much more
This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Enterprise risk management (ERM). It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Enterprise risk management (ERM) with the objectivity of experienced professionals.
Posted May 10, 2013
Lots and lots and lots of information about risk management, but unfortunately there is absolutely no index or table of contents. It may have well have been written in Latin. If it were even half as lengthy (it's almost 700 pages long) it may have been manageable enough to negotiate. If I were Mr. Roebuck, I'd fire both my publisher and my editor for not including at least an index.
I did learn something from my experience with this particular tome; Barnes and Noble has an awesome return policy! I bought it online, but was able to easily return it to the local store. They even refunded the shipping.