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Chapter 11: Liquidity and Reserve Management: Strategies and Policies "Adding Value, Not Bureaucracy: Linking Governance, Enterprise Risk Management and Internal Controls." Welcome to the AICPA . Web. 11 Apr. 2011. <http://www.journalofaccountancy.com>. Many organizations are instituting or improving practices that may help prevent another crisis from the events that happened just a few years ago. Risk management is the area most frequently targeted for improvement and many organizations are being asked by their boards, regulators or other stakeholders to reevaluate the way they are managing risk. Credit rating agencies such as Standard and Poor’s have for more than a year assessed enterprise risk management (ERM) during analysis of corporate credit ratings. In addition, the SEC in December 2009 approved rules that will expand corporate proxy disclosure regarding risk management, compensation and corporate governance matters. This relates to what we have been learning thus far in
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