“Risk-adjusted forecasting” is a new buzzword in financial planning and analysis (FP&A). What, exactly, does it mean? “Risk-adjusted forecasting and planning involves shocking the financial forecasts with major risk drivers in an integrated and flexible manner,” says H-K Bryn, strategic risk partner at Deloitte in the U.K. “The approach allows a more robust and transparent evaluation of volatility and risk within current plans, helping to build a better understanding of the potential upside—and downside—inherent in the future of the business.”
Under a proposed policy change approved Jan. 11 by the State Bar of Texas Executive Committee, the bar’s board would decide whether to uphold executive director decisions to withhold bar records requested by officers or directors of the organization.
Companies argue that federal and most state exchanges havent followed the rules set out in the statute and regulations and therefore cant levy fines.
"I have decided not to contest certain allegations and agree to resign," Judge Elizabeth W. Johnson said in a letter. "This is so voters can make a reasoned and informed choice about who should be their next judge without distractions about me."
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