Companies are starting to distinguish between non-financial and financial risks in order to continue improving their overall governance and business structures. But non-financial risks, such as ethics, still don’t get the attention they deserve from industry experts…..
‘No company has found an effective way of evaluating and measuring non-financial risks,’ says Kirk Hanson, executive director of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University. ‘And ethics risk is one of the many forms of non-financial risk that has always been a concern.’
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