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Pricing Non-Financial Risk

So long as the costs associated with non-financial risk are recognized retroactively, they can be waived off as a "cost of doing business". However, as firms adopt cultural and behavioral metrics to price non-financial risk proactively expectations will shift to forecasting and mitigating them, to the benefit of investors, insurers, regulators, and other stakeholders.

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SVB and Credit Suisse Both Failed on Strategic Risks

by Starling Insights


May 22, 2023

In a recent Financial Times article, Evgueni Ivantsov, Chairman of the European Risk Management Council, argued that, while the collapses of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and Credit Suisse appear to be very different on the surface, the root cause for each was toxic culture and mismanagement of strategic risk.

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Banker bonuses tied to ESG outcomes

by Starling Insights


Aug 25, 2021

European bankers soon will need to show that they are contributing to a cleaner environment, a better society, and good governance. In another sign that ESG is reshaping finance, most of the 20 major European banks recently surveyed by Bloomberg said that they were either working on, or already had, a model that links staff remuneration to a firm’s performance on sustainability metrics.