Risk Management and Value Creation in Financial Institutions by Gerhard Schroeck

Risk Management and Value Creation in Financial Institutions by Gerhard Schroeck
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Risk Management and Value Creation in Financial Institutions

by Gerhard Schroeck

Wiley Adobe E-Book October 2002



An analysis of the links between risk management and value creation Risk Management and Value Creation in Financial Institutions explores a variety of methods that can be utilized to create economic value at financial institutions. This invaluable resource shows how banks can use risk management to create value for shareholders, addresses the advantages of risk-adjusted return on capital (RAROC) measures, and develops the foundations for a model to identify comparative advantages that emerge as a result of risk-management decisions. It is the only book needed for banking executives interested in the relationship between risk management and value creation.

AUTHOR INFORMATION:

GERHARD SCHRoECK has been a senior management consultant with Oliver, Wyman & Company in Frankfurt and London since 1997, where his specialty is to advise financial institutions on risk management issues and value creation. He received his PhD in finance and his MA in business administration from the University of Augsburg, Germany, and an MBA from the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh.