Capital Management

As capital becomes scarcer and more expensive, firms need to reform their capital management functions to manage it more efficiently. Financial institutions are finding that the capital planning function needs to take greater priority, as capital management needs to become more strategic and more dynamic. At the same time, many firms want to introduce risk-adjusted performance metrics, which is leading to a greater alignment and integration of capital management, capital planning, and risk.

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