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Risk Management in Portuguese Financial Institutions

  • Anabela Sérgio
  • Miguel Teixeira Coelho
  • Rui Sainhas de Oliveira
Part of the Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions book series (SBFI)

Abstract

This chapter is, by its nature and content, defined by the idea of commitment. Methodologically, the aim is to obtain an understanding of the situation of the Portuguese financial system in several international contexts and of its own characteristics, in which both social and political issues are important. The question to be addressed is: Facing such challenging endeavors, which discriminating factors would allow Portuguese institutions to cope with the several risk types they face?

Keywords

Credit Risk European Central Bank Market Risk European Economic Community Credit Institution 
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© Anabela Sérgio, Miguel Teixeira Coelho and Rui Sainhas de Oliveira 2016

Authors and Affiliations

  • Anabela Sérgio
  • Miguel Teixeira Coelho
  • Rui Sainhas de Oliveira

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