Structuring for Accountability

Can risk management's contributions or failings be measured or rated? Fundamental issues must be confronted if the profession is to regain or maintain its rightful position.

Monday, June 01, 2009 , By James Lam

Why didn't directors and risk managers do more to mitigate the current crisis, or at least minimize the impact to their organizations? Is that even a fair question?

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