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Risk management and value creation in financial institutions

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"This instructive and insightful book offers one of the first comprehensive discussions of the relationship between risk management and value creation in banks. Gerhard Schroeck provides a solid theoretical foundation for discussing the problem and clearly reduces the existing discrepancy between financial theory and the state-of-the-art risk management approaches currently used in the banking industry. His book is a superb reference and extremely valuable both for practitioners as well as academics." -Dr. Manfred Steiner Professor of Finance and Banking, University of Augsburg, Germany Through an in-depth look at both the theory and practice of corporate risk management in financial institutions, Risk Management and Value Creation in Financial Institutions offers a variety of methods that can be utilized to create economic value at almost any financial institution. For the first time, this book bridges the gap between theory and practice in this field by: Deriving circumstances under which risk management at the corporate level can create value in banks Laying the theoretical foundations for a normative approach to risk management in banks Evaluating the practical heuristics of RAROC and economic capital as they are currently practiced Developing more detailed instructions on how to conduct risk management and how to measure value creation in banks

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