Could the worst crisis since the Great Depression have been averted if executives at some of the fallen financial firms paid attention to early warnings from their risk management departments? Evidence is mounting that many such signals were overlooked.
Ever since a credit crunch in 2007 set the scene for the market collapse of 2008, financial industry executives and their risk managers have been haunted by “might have beens.”
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