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Using SROI as a tool to quantify non-financial risks within Credit Risk Management in banks

Talaat, M. (2018) Using SROI as a tool to quantify non-financial risks within Credit Risk Management in banks.

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Abstract:With claims about the benefits of SROI and various shortcomings raised, this research attempts to investigate the integration of SROI as a tool for non-financial risks quantification within banks credit risk management through exploring the fit between SROI features and the practice of credit risk management through an extensive literature review. The research reasons that in spite the promising developments in quantifying social impact of activities through the SROI tool, the current state of the framework does not fit it integration within banking credit risk management efforts because of cost limitations, time constraints, lack of incentives for measuring the social impact, scarcity of expertise, lack of processes to attain quality data along with lack of standardization which results in the difficulty of comparing organizational performances and assessing the social or environmental risks. Future research area is suggested with the hope it can be used to construct tools that can utilize the benefits currently offered in the current SROI framework as well as overcome the shortcomings raised.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:43 environmental science
Programme:Environmental and Energy Management MSc (69319)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/77516
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