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Performance measures considered important by ERM stakeholders

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The ultimate purpose of ERM is to increase shareholder value through a risk-return based strategy. I need to outline the following issues:

• Identify the various stakeholders and outline what performance measures each of these groups consider important.
• Explain why, as part of an ERM system, communicating performance measures are important.

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Through ERM organisations protect and enhances the value of various stakeholders like customers, owners, employees, regulators, suppliers and society.

Following performance measures are considered important by each of these groups-

Owners are primarily concerned with the well being of the company. They want to ensure that the funds are best utilized to attain the organisational objectives and maximum rate of return are achieved through the most effective functioning of the organisation. In other words, they want best return on their investments while keeping ...

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Recommended Resources:

Yahoo: http://finance.yahoo.com;
Reuters (Yahoo will refer you here): http://www.reuters.com;
Edgar (SEC source of 10-K and other required financial reports; this is my saved "Favorite"): http://www.sec.gov/cgi-bin/srch-edgar; (EDGAR stands for Electronic Data Gathering and Retrieval)
Hoovers (general company information): http://www.hoovers.com;
Bloomberg (a good source of interest rate data): http://bloomberg.com/markets/rates/index.html;
Wall Street Journal free site: http://online.wsj.com/public/page/0,,2_0323,00.html;
Moody's (bond ratings): http://www.moodys.com;
Standard and Poors (bond ratings): http://www2.standardandpoors.com;
New York Stock Exchange: http://www.nyse.com/;
Bondpage (bond information): http://www.bondpage.com;
Federal Reserve (interest rates): http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h15/update/;
Vanguard bond site: http://flagship2.vanguard.com/VGApp/hnw/FundsBondsMarketSummaryTable; and
Bond Marketing Association (trade group) site: http://www.investingbonds.com

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