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Risk Management and Banking Business in Europe

  • Fabiano Colombini
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Abstract

This chapter examines risk management issues in the context of banks and evolution of the banking business, by focusing on identification, measurement and management of all the risks linked with the financial instruments and business areas in order to achieve sound management. This is a key in devising strategies for banks and financial intermediaries: it can lead to positive results and therefore profits or negative results and therefore losses; in the latter case the outcome allows identification of critical points and weaknesses.

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  • Fabiano Colombini
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  1. 1.Department of Economics and ManagementUniversity of PisaPisaItaly

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