A new survey of risk managers revealed the top five emerging risks, according to Chief Risk Officers.
Those risks include: Financial volatility (40 percent); Failed and failing states (12 percent);
Global economic expectations are “nearly as dismal as they were prior to 2009,” according to the survey. “Only 6 percent of the risk managers expect a strong or good economy, continuing a three-year trend.”
Other findings include an increased role for Risk Officers in strategic planning and a decreased expectation of predicting the future. Internal staff sizes also are increasing.
The “2011 Emerging Risks Survey” attempted to track risk mangers thoughts about emerging risks across time, and is the fifth survey of emerging risks conducted by
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