DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/w5k3tw/reputational_risk) has announced the addition of the "Reputational Risk Management in Financial Institutions" book to their offering.
With the increase of regulatory scrutiny in this area (for example in the form of the Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process), the demand for a practical guide to the potential pitfalls of managing this very capricious and hard-to-quantify risk has increased. High profile events such as the London whale at JP Morgan and LIBOR rigging at RBS have led to greater scrutiny imposed on the reputation of banks and financial institutions. In Hong Kong the regulation of reputational risk has already been introduced, with the Hong Kong Monetary Authority issuing guidance in 2008 in the form of the HKMA Supervisory Policy Manual.
Just recently in July 2014 the European Banking Authority issued their draft guidelines CP 14 on the supervisory review and evaluation process which asks for an explicit risk management process for reputational risk, linked to the operational risk management process.
Reputational Risk Management in Financial Institutions provides illustrative case studies, tracing the history of this risk type, demonstrates best practice methodologies and processes for managing it, examines the changing regulation requirements and compliance issues, and discusses what the future holds for reputational risk in banks and financial institutions.
Key Topics Covered:
Introduction: Thomas Kaiser (KPMG and Goethe University) and Petra Merl (UniCredit Bank AG)
PART 1: REPUTATION AND REPUTATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT
- Reputational Risk: A Short Introduction
- What History Teaches Bankers about Reputation Management
- An Asset-Liability View of Banks' Reputation
- Reputational Risk in the Universe of Risks: Boundary Issues
- Corporate Governance Changes Following Reputational Damage in the Financial Industry
PART 2: METHODOLOGIES AND PROCESSES FOR MANAGING REPUTATIONAL RISK
- Reputational Risk and Prudential Regulation
- Managing Stakeholder Expectations
- Environmental and Social Risks from the Perspective of Reputational Risk
- The Relationship between Reputational Risk Management and Business Continuity
- Tracking Reputation and the Management of Perception at UniCredit
PART 3: BEST-PRACTICE EXAMPLES
- Successful Recovery from Reputational Crises: Legitimate versus Illegitimate Risk Case Studies
- Reputational Risk Management Across the World: A Survey of Current Practices
- Governance as the Starting Point for a Reputational Risk Management Process
- Managing Reputational Risk in a Major European Banking Group
- The Implementation of the UniCredit Group Approach
- Promotional Banks: An Introduction to Reputational Risk Management
- Reputational Risk Management in a Global Insurance Company
- Reputational Consequence Management: The Future
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