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Risk Management in Finance: Six Sigma and Other Next Generation Techniques
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Risk Management in Finance: Six Sigma and Other Next Generation Techniques (Hardback)

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This new book helps professionals in the financial sector implement risk management processes, shows organizations how to enable data driven decision making, and provides an introduction to quality control methods such as Six Sigma and Total Quality Management (TQM). Examples and real-world case studies are included throughout. Dr. Anthony Tarantino (San Jose, CA) is currently with IBM's Governance, Risk, and Compliance Center of Competence. Dr. Deborah Cernauskas (Downers Grove, IL) is a risk management consultant for IBM.

Dr. Anthony Tarantino is an adjunct professor, Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University; Board Director for the Center for Business Innovation in Finance and Investment, Santa Clara University; and former senior adviser to IBM's Governance, Risk, and Compliance Center of Excellence. Dr. Tarantino has nearly thirty years of experience in risk management, regulatory compliance, and business transformation on both the consulting and business side. He became a Six Sigma Black Belt in 2006 and a Certified SOX Pro in 2008. He has written articles for Journal of Operational Risk , the Institute of Industrial Engineers, Accounting Today , the Cutter IT Journal , and the Institute of Supply Management (ISM), and is a frequent keynote speaker and workshop leader for U.S. and international conferences. Dr. Deborah Cernauskas is Senior Adviser to the Center for Business Innovation in Finance and Investment, Santa Clara University; and Senior Adviser to IBM's Governance, Risk, and Compliance Center of Excellence. Her career includes time spent in both academia and the industry. She has taught finance at both the graduate and undergraduate levels at several Chicago universities, including Northern Illinois University. Her multifaceted industry experience includes corporate development, operational finance, market research, and commodities trading research.

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