Karamjeet Paul has written a book that provides financial institutions and regulators with a way to measure and make provisions for steering through times of radical turbulence, Managing Extreme Financial Risk: Strategies and Tactics for Going Concerns.
With over 30 years of operating, finance, treasury and exposure management experience, Karamjeet has unique expertise in addressing critical risk-exposure-reward and other strategic issues at the highest level in large financial organizations. In the early 1980’s, he developed and implemented a pioneering framework at Citicorp that became the foundation of interest-rate exposure management now used by all financial institutions. More recently, as Managing Principal of Strategic Exposure Group, he has developed the “sustainability management” approach to enable financial institutions to maintain going concerns by proactively managing the gap between aggressive growth targets and prudent sustainability goals. His operating and client experience spans businesses in multiple industries, including banking and financial services, business-process outsourcing services, manufacturing and distribution, publishing and pharmaceutical. In addition to his MBA, he is a graduate of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay.
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