Paper 6A :

Risk Management

Risk Management

01  Introduction to Risk


 4 Lectures                Know More

02  Source and Evaluation of Risks


3 Lectures                Know More

03   Risk Management


3 Lectures                Know More

04   Evaluation of Risk Management Strategies


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05   Risk Model


 2 Lectures                Know More

06   Credit Risk Measurement and Management


3  Lectures                Know More

07  Risk associated with Corporate Governance


 4  Lectures                Know More

08   Enterprise Risk Management


3 Lectures                Know More

Operational Risk Management


 3 Lectures                Know More

10   Case study – Exam Questions


2 Lectures                Know More

11   Interest Rate Risk Management


 11 Lectures                Know More

12  Corporate Valuation


12 Lectures                Know More

13  Mergers, Acquisitions and Corporate Restructuring


 8  Lectures                Know More

14  Startup Finance


 1 Lectures                Know More

About Risk Management


  • Risk management is the process of identifying, monitoring and continuously controlling various threats to an organisation. Chartered Accountants work closely with business organisations. This subject helps to analyse, and gain understanding of various types of risks and challenges faced by an organisation and is intended to provide ability to mitigate risks.

    The topics covered in Risk Management

    • Introduction to risk 
    • Source and evaluation of risks 
    • Risk Management 
    • Quantitative analysis 
    • Risk Model 
    • Credit risk measurement and management 
    • Risk associated with corporate governance 
    • Enterprise risk management 
    • Operational risk management 

    The best approach to study Risk Management is

    • 3 times revision of the entire study material is essential 
    • Open book exams are challenging, and so you must know your concepts well 
    • Read the entire case study only once to manage time; you can proceed to answer all the MCQ’s even without referring to the case study again and again. 
    • Try to pocket full marks in MCQs. Note that a brief reasoning is compulsory for MCQs 
    • Make best utilisation of full time given to you in the exams; write mock tests to develop your strategies and manage your risk in the exam well! 


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