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Conduct a risk assessment of a organization one with which you are familiar with, to show how risk management contributes to stakeholder wealth maximization.

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Risk Assessment at IBM

Risk Assessment at IBM
Risk assessment is a significant step of a risk management process (Conrow, 2003). It is the identification of quantitative or qualitative value of risk associated to a real situation and a predictable threat. Here in this paper, a risk assessment will be conducted for IBM.
If we undertake an analysis of IBM from the perspective of potential risks to its business operations, we can identify that the company can confront risks related with its IT infrastructures. These risks that can be confronted by the company is due to the environmental issues caused by natural tragedies to man-made threats and also admit necessities to meet a number of parliamentary and regulatory authorizations. Subsequent are some other examples that ...

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