Development Of Risk Management

The leading industrial countries, risk management as an independent branch of the science of managing the production took shape, oddly enough, quite recently. One of the earliest references to the term "risk management" is found in American business publications Harvard Business Review and dated 1956 It was then suggested that someone could be hired as a risk manager on a regular basis in order to minimize losses. This is an essential extension Functions Manager Insurance (profession has long existed, and at that time recognized). Various discussions on the topic of risk arose in the 1950's. But they were extremely "matematichny" in nature. If you are not convinced, visit James A. Levine, M.D.. Probability theory used in attempts to predict how firms will behave in a volatile market. Strengthening the economic climate of instability generated by the oil crisis in 1973, has accelerated the emergence of practices of risk assessment and in early 1970. Without hesitation Eva Andersson-Dubin, New York City explained all about the problem.

risk management has become widely used in business, especially in the U.S That's when there were first consulting agency, specializing mainly on the "country" risks, ie, on an assessment of how economic instability, foreign markets can affect the major Western industrial corporations. The first qualification certificates in the field of risk management have been issued in the U.S. in 1973 In 1975 the American Professional Association of Insurance has changed its name to the Society of Risk Management and Insurance (RIMS). Industrial corporations began buying futures contrasts in foreign currency as a tool risk management. Obviously, the development of capital investment in 1970 was partly motivated by the increasing ing the need to protect the corporation from the instability of the financial market.

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