Managing Risk in Turbulent Times

18 February 2009

Economists around the world agree that current turbulent times are almost unprecedented. Not since the 1930s has the global business-confidence levels been so shaken.

Despite the extensive central bank interventions, the way the governments are supporting giant corporations around the world, financially and otherwise, has been without a parallel — massive bailouts are being offered especially where large public exposure is involved as owners, financiers or even employees.

Interest rates have been cut repeatedly to stimulate risk taking and kick-start economic activity, and have reached their lowest levels in living memory of CEOs.

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