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RISK MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN A RAPIDLY DEVELOPING ECONOMY: THE CASE OF THE UAE

Most organizations, particularly in the financial sector, agreed that managing risk has become more important in their organizations. Considerably more attention than before is now being paid to risk culture, both within the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and in the developing economies... Full description

Journal Title: Internal Auditing Mar/Apr 2015, Vol.30(2), pp.24-35
Main Author: Majdalawieh, Munir
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description: Most organizations, particularly in the financial sector, agreed that managing risk has become more important in their organizations. Considerably more attention than before is now being paid to risk culture, both within the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and in the developing economies of Latin America and Asia. A recent poll of MENA Insurance Review readers, however, confirmed that the majority thought MENA region insurers were poor or very poor at implementing enterprise risk management (ERM), and although newspaper articles and press releases suggest banks in the region are adopting ERM solutions and progressing Basel III compliance, these reports are piecemeal and underscrutinized. The aim of this article is to provide an analysis of the practices of risk management in a representative economy: the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The authors provide practitioners, management, and regulators with empirical evidence from a survey concerning key practices and trends associated with corporate risk management in the UAE.
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abstractMost organizations, particularly in the financial sector, agreed that managing risk has become more important in their organizations. Considerably more attention than before is now being paid to risk culture, both within the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and in the developing economies of Latin America and Asia. A recent poll of MENA Insurance Review readers, however, confirmed that the majority thought MENA region insurers were poor or very poor at implementing enterprise risk management (ERM), and although newspaper articles and press releases suggest banks in the region are adopting ERM solutions and progressing Basel III compliance, these reports are piecemeal and underscrutinized. The aim of this article is to provide an analysis of the practices of risk management in a representative economy: the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The authors provide practitioners, management, and regulators with empirical evidence from a survey concerning key practices and trends associated with corporate risk management in the UAE.
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