• Access to information about the ADB’s operations
• Public participation in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of ADB projects • The social and environmental impacts of ADB programs and projects, and the Bank’s accountability for those impacts • The ADB’s private sector lending
• The ADB’s role in regional and sub-regional economic cooperation The Bank Information Center, in collaboration with its partners, works toward democratizing the ADB so that social and environmental considerations are incorporated in the Banks' decision making processes and operations.
Risk Management Guidelines
Contents 1. Introduction
2. Exposure Analysis
3. Market Forecasts
4. Risk Appraisal
8. Reporting and Review
Your business is open to risks from movements in competitors' prices, raw material prices, competitors' cost of capital, foreign exchange rates and interest rates, all of which need to be (ideally) managed. This section addresses the task of managing exposure to Foreign Exchange movements. These Risk Management Guidelines are primarily an enunciation of some good and prudent practices in exposure management. They have to be understood, and slowly internalised and customised so that they yield positive benefits to the company over time. It is imperative and advisable for the Apex Management to both be aware of these practices and approve them as a policy. Once that is done, it becomes easier for the Exposure Managers to get along efficiently with their task. |Exposure Analysis | | | |An Exposure can be defined as a Contracted, Projected or Contingent Cash Flow whose magnitude is not certain at the moment. The magnitude | |depends on the value of variables such as Foreign Exchange rates and Interest rates....