Risk management must consider tangible and intangible factors

07/18/2013 | CFO.com

Breaking risk data into narrow categories can impede companies from effectively evaluating risk, Kristina Narvaez and Larry Warner write. Effective risk management strives to include qualitative and quantitative data and takes into account tangible and intangible factors. "Ideally, organizations should develop and maintain strong risk-data aggregation capabilities that take into account correlations within their risk portfolios to ensure risk reports reflect risks in a reliable way," Narvaez and Warner write.

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