Now this book again focuses mostly on the softer Risk Management issues (none mathematical) but that does not mean it is a lightweight book.
Basically, it is the next step up in complexity (intermediate level) from the previous books outlined above.
The author provides a rich source of material and goes into the subject matter in great depth with many tables and diagrammatic examples to illustrate the principles outlined in the text.
He generally uses a three-point risk assessment approach of low-medium, medium-high and high level of risk and gives abundant worked examples to make the principles that he is explaining in the section abundantly clear.
This book in my opinion is a very good comprehensive working handbook on the subject matter and definitely warrants a place in my library.
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