Analysis of Listed Japanese and North American Manufacturing Companies
A company’s annual report offers a description of that organization’s business and the risks it faces. Risk disclosures are an important part of that report and should provide external stakeholders with valuable information about significant risks.
AIG is pleased to sponsor this paper from Dr. Paul L. Walker of the St. John’s University, Center for Excellence in Enterprise Risk Management. The research performed by Professor Walker compares the risks disclosed by manufacturing companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange and the Tokyo Stock Exchange, while also examining motivating factors for such disclosure.
Listed risks and patterns were analyzed and five key findings are evident:
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