Risk management can be defined as the identification and quantification of risks and introduction of control measures. In theory, risk is often formulated as: risk = probability * impact. Control measures are actions intended to influence the variables probability and impact.
There are several methodologies to identify risks. Two approaches which are often used in the financial sector are scenario analysis and quantitative risk models. With the first method, risks are analyzed that a relatively low probability but a big impact. The second method is to make an estimation of the financial impact of a risk.
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