SAS: Integrating Risk And Finance In The Bank Budgeting Process

Introduction

The holy grail of banking is the 360-degree view of the customer that provides usable information in helping banks transform themselves from “earnings quantity entities” to “earnings quality entities.” The ability to incorporate risk measurement into all levels of customer interaction is paramount to getting there. The first step is the integration of risk and finance, which provides backward- and forward-looking views of profitability. The forward-looking view as discussed in

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