What are non-banks non-financial companies

Master's thesis from 2016 in the Department of Economics - Public Finance, Grade: 1.2, Middlesex University in London, Language: German, Abstract: When considering unstable financial market situations, an increase in the concentration of operational risk sequences with unexpectedly high losses can be seen. In the global financial market sector, this led to an independent classification of these risk potentials in order to establish suitable measures to hedge against related losses as well as collapses in returns and to handle the risk potential accordingly preventively in risk management in the future. The preventive reaction of the financial sector to handle its operational risks as a separate risk class, with future explicit risk management and existential risk quantification, leads to the hypothesis and the aim of the discussion taking place here that both the prerequisites and the implementation of the economic and business procedures of financial companies are generally applicable. If this is the case, these can also be used in non-financial companies as an economic opportunity and for loss-reducing risk protection. The aim of this thesis is to provide generally valid evidence that increasing the quality of operational risk handling in operational business processes, taking into account the respective economic requirements, also serves to secure sustainable liquidity in non-financial companies. A general increase in quality in a company crisis is only partially the first step when it comes to taking measures to lead a company through a company crisis in a promising manner. In a temporal reversal view, the reaction of financial companies to the analytical findings on the effects of unstable financial markets and the adaptation to the non-financial sector, it should be examined whether the increase in operational quality, especially in relation to the volatility of the economy, enables financial-technical company security and thus a economic opportunity can be derived. In detail, a theoretically well-founded independent risk class, as defined by the financial sector, and a configurable simulation concept that can show the financial gain for corporate security and derive trend-controlling recommendations for the management of operational risk potentials in order to increase efficiency and effectiveness in to be able to demonstrate the handling of these risks.

  • Författare: Susanne Schulze
  • Format: Pocket / Paperback
  • ISBN: 9783668251175
  • Språk: Tyska
  • Antal sidor: 196
  • Date of use: 2016-08-26
  • Förlag: Grin Publishing