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‘The current worldwide financial crisis also puts its finger on Risk Management, and this at all levels of the bank internal control and external supervisory chain. No doubt one of the weaknesses of the current system in place is its extreme silo thinking. The authors are to be congratulated on trying to break free from this intellectual as well as practical deadlock by presenting a much more holistic approach. No doubt all interested in Risk Management will learn a lot from reading this book’

Paul Embrechts, Department of Mathematics and RiskLab, ETH Zurich

‘The authors present an integrated framework that emphasizes the commonalities rather than the differences between various approaches to financial analysis. In the process, the book bridges numerous practical and conceptual gaps between financial theory, risk analysis, management/control, and accounting, and yet still manages to avoid bogging down in arcane vocabulary or unnecessary technical detail. Readers ranging from financial practitioners and risk managers to IT professionals will benefit from giving this book a serious read’

Christopher L. Culp, Adjunct Professor of Finance, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and Honorarprofessor, Universität Bern, Institut für Finanzmanagemen

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