Portfolio Management

  • Tommaso Giordani
  • Corrado Giannasca
Part of the Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions book series (SBFI)


A reasonable definition of risk management is that it is the organization of resources and technology that focuses on the finalization of a continuous forecasting action. Forecast actions are part of the preventive-action family that very occasionally provides evidence that the action would have been the best decision for the company.


Credit Risk Credit Spread Collection Strategy Economic Cycle Competence Model 
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  • Tommaso Giordani
  • Corrado Giannasca

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