Understanding the Financial Crisis: Investment, Risk and Governance by Steen ThomsenUnderstanding the Financial Crisis: Investment, Risk and Governance by Steen Thomsen

Understanding the Financial Crisis: Investment, Risk and Governance

EditorSteen Thomsen, Caspar Rose, Ole Risager

Paperback | May 28, 2010

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Presenting experience, research and thought leadership from experts in various disciplines (from INSEAD, Stern Business School, Deutsche Bank and Allianz among others), this book explores why the financial crisis happened and presents recommendations for the building of a new, sustainable financial system.
STEEN THOMSEN is director of the Centre for Corporate Governance at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. He specializes in corporate governance as a teacher, researcher, consultant, commentator and practitioner. His main publications include more than 25 international journal articles and three books. He has served as a board member o...
Title:Understanding the Financial Crisis: Investment, Risk and GovernanceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:232 pages, 9.45 × 6.69 × 0 inPublished:May 28, 2010Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:8799315106

ISBN - 13:9788799315109

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Table of Contents

List of Figures and Tables 
Foreword; L.B. Falkenberg
Introduction: Macroeconomic Perspectives on the Financial Crisis: An Overview; O.Risager
PART I: REGULATION AND RISK MANAGEMENT 
Overview: Regulation and Risk Governance; C.Rose
The Credit Crisis of 2007 and its Implications for Risk Management; J.Hull
Some Thoughts on the Role of Mathematical Models in Light of the Crisis;D.Lando
Enterprise Architectures for Investment Managers from a Risk Management Perspective; M.Schröter
PART II: REGULATION AND GOVERNANCE 
Overview: Corporate Governance and the Financial Crisis; S.Thomsen
Avoiding International Financial Crises: An Incomplete Reform Agenda;J.Dermine
Reputational Risk and the Financial Crisis; I.Walter
Governance and the Financial Crisis; R.Adams
Governance, Risk and Compliance in the Financial Sector: An IT Perspective in Light of the Recent Financial Crisis; K.J.Nordgard
PART III: IN PRACTICE 
Three Executive Interviews: Evidence from the Front Line of Investment Management; C.Rose