Management of corporate risk has traditionally been done in an informal and localized way across most corporations at best. It has been managed in local silos in which each department or business unit attempted to reduce the overall risk of its operations, usually without coordination with other related corporate groups. Even worse, it has often been treated as a side issue, not as a formal discipline that should be part of all operational and decision-making procedures.


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