The editors of Treasury & Risk-Pat Wechsler, John Labate, Robert Rosenberg, Richard Gamble and Russ Banham-have collaborated to identify the ideas and trends that will play an important part in defining state-of-the-art finance in the future
By Staff Writer|September 01, 2006 at 08:00 PM
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In 2001, editors at Treasury & Risk wrote about enterprise risk management, despite the fact that only a handful of nonfinancial companies really had anything remotely close to a program in place. It didn’t matter, because this holistic and quantitatively sophisticated approach to risk would ultimately prove critical to business growth and strategy. Today, there are many ideas in the same embryonic state that are destined to play a pivotal role over the next 15 years. So here are 15 of them–in no particular order–worth considering.
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