Governance is defined as the way in which a company is controlled, through principles like the equitable treatment of shareholders, the protection of the interests of stakeholders, the ethical behaviour of the board, and the transparency and accountability of both management and the board. It is at the centre of any complex management system which enables a financial institution to function, a system which becomes even more complex when the corporation or company in question is a bank. Such institutions have huge numbers of people sharing in both risks and rewards, thereby implicating many more people in its decisions and potential losses.
A methodology which puts the relationship between risk management and governance at the centre of banking best practice has not yet been established. Risk and Governance: A Framework for Banking Organisations articulates the necessity of devising a new system of risk management which can cope with extreme conditions, examining the intrinsic limitations on governance, the role and evolution of risk management, and the strategies for best practice. Sergio’s contention is that risk management must become the key function of governance and the responsibility of the Board.
Risk and Governance: A Framework for Banking Organisations examines the relationship between risk management and governance, both of which are at the heart of any corporation. Sergio Scandizzo addresses the manifold ways in which they both function in that most complex of corporations – the bank.
|Publication date||26 Apr 2013|
|Size||155mm x 235mm|
Risk and Governance: A Framework for Banking Organisations
Introduction: The Confluence of Risk and Governance
Part 1: Corporate Governance in Banking
Chapter 1: Corporate Governance, Information and Control
Chapter 2: The Nature of Corporate Governance in Banking
Chapter 3: Regulation and Governance
Part 2: Modern Risk Management
Chapter 4: The Mission, Organisation and Governance of Risk Management
Chapter 5: A Cartography of Banking Risks
Chapter 6: Operations Risk in Extreme Market Conditions
Chapter 7: Managing Legal Risk
Chapter 8: Managing Reputation Risk
Part 3: Current Practices in Banks
Chapter 9: Drawing Boards: Motivations and Responsibilities in the Boardroom
Chapter 10: Executive Compensation: Performance, Regulation and Ethics
Chapter 11: Fair Value, Auditing and Internal Controls
Chapter 12: A Framework for Risk-Bearing Governance