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CSR als Risikomanagement-Tool

  • Eva WagnerEmail author
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Zusammenfassung

In der Unternehmenspraxis hat Risikomanagement eine unbestritten hohe Bedeutung. In einer kürzlich veröffentlichten Studie, in der CFOs zu Risikomanagement befragt wurden, gaben fast 90 % der befragen Manager an, Risikomanagement zu betreiben, um damit die erwarteten Cashflows absichern zu können. Mehr als 80 % sahen in Corporate Risk Management eine Möglichkeit, unerwartete Verluste zu vermeiden, und über 70 % stimmten zu, Risikomanagement als Tool einzusetzen, um die Cashflow-Schwankungen einzudämmen.

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  1. 1.Johannes Kepler Universität LinzLinzÖsterreich

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