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Challenges with Value at Risk

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5 mins read time One of the most common question I face as a consultant deals with how do you actually implement Value at Risk. Here implementation is used more along the lines of interpretation of value at risk rather than physical implementation. Clients understand that systems need to be purchased, controls need to be created, data needs to be gathered but once every thing is in place and you are getting your 2,500 risk reports every day, what do you do next. How do you actually read the VaR reports and how do you link it to controls