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Tsuyoshi Oyama, an experienced risk management professional, has produced a
valuable and insightful examination of the causes of the global financial
crisis, the initial public sector responses to the crisis, and his
recommendations on how best to bolster international financial soundness. A
Japanese perspective on these matters may be of particular relevance, given the
country’s and Mr. Oyama’s extensive experience with financial stability issues
since 1989. Post-Crisis Risk Management is a useful addition to the rapidly
growing literature on how we might avoid repeating the global financial crisis
in our lifetimes.
Executive General Manager
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority
Post-Crisis Risk Management provides a unique opportunity for readers to get
some idea of an insider’s perspective to the global financial crisis and most
importantly to the regulatory aspects relating to the crisis such as Basel II.
Mr. Oyama is headstrong and has the burning desire to share with us his own
view of the global regulatory framework and more. In this book, he argues his
case to avoid a recurrence of such crisis in the future.
Director General, Training Department
China Banking Regulatory Commission
With his extensive experience as a regulator and risk manager, Tsuyoshi Oyama
provides an instructive insight into the development of the current crisis and
workings of the regulatory world, and offering suggestions on how best to
address the challenges of future financial and economic issues. Mr. Oyama puts
the art and science of risk management in the proper perspective to make this
book an interesting read for both the regulator and regulated. A timely work no
Tham Ming Soong
Executive Vice President, Head, Risk Management,
United Overseas Bank Limited
Post-Crisis Risk Management takes a different view from the earlier analyses
of the global financial crisis and submits proposals which may create a more
stabilized world financial system. A must-read book.
Bank of Thailand
What is the degree of stress to be endured by individual financial
institutions? This is a question that many financial institutions actually had
during the crisis but have gained no answer yet. This book proposes a unique
answer to this question, that is, “the agreement of sharing stresses is to be
absorbed between financial institutions and the authorities.” This agreement
could effectively motivate senior managers of financial institutions to be
deeply involved in the risk management, which is often seen as an art. This
book also sounds a warning from a long-term point of view, of the dangerous
consequence of the current stop-gap measures initiated mainly by politicians
with regulation enhancement.
General Manager, Risk Management Division
The Norinchukin Bank