Standard Chartered: Integrating Risk into Corporate Strategy

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Case Code : BSTA057
Case Length : 12 Pages
Period : 2004
Organization : Standard Chartered
Pub Date : 2004
Teaching Note :Not Available
Countries : UK, US
Industry : Banking

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Exhibit I: Cross Border Assets
Exhibit II: Details of Provisions
Exhibit III: Other Latin American Exposure
Exhibit IV: Gains and Losses
Exhibit V: Daily Distribution of Market Risk Revenue
Exhibit VI: Trading book Value at Risk
Exhibit VII: Capital


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