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reputation

Graduate education The level of prestige of an institution or residency program. See High-power institution, Residency.

reputation,

n a person's credit, honor, and character; esteem in which one is held.
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If you are not financially strong enough to survive reputational injury, do you have all the protection you need in your insurance program for the often overlooked risks that could affect your ability to compete?
Instead, having robust processes to monitor customer satisfaction, brand identity, customer loyalty or customer elasticity is particularly important to measure recovery and protect the company from the new face of reputational risk.
Managing reputational risk includes putting yourself in the shoes of various stakeholders and asking yourself the tough question: "What scenario would pose the largest threat to the company's viability?
Proactive mitigation of potentially damaging reputational events through rigorous planning, defined roles and responsibilities, and robust reputational risk assessment capabilities will be essential to protecting a brand.
Better expectation management and operational controls are enabled by quantitative reputational controls, historic reviews of financials and related tools.
Seventy-six percent of the 1,300-plus CGMA designation holders who took part in a recent survey said businesses in their industry are putting more focus on reputational risk than in the past.
The survey, which included 1,300 finance leaders globally, showed that about 86 per cent of organisations in the UAE are putting more focus on reputational risk today than they did in the past.
The survey of GCC finance chiefs, who hold the chartered global management accountant (CGMA) designation, identified the demand for more transparency, competitor reputational failures and the rise in social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn as key contributing factors to the increased global interest on the topic.
Similarly, 52pc of those surveyed had no formal processes or models in place for calculating the financial impact of not managing reputational risk.
The survey of UAE finance leaders who hold the Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) designation identified the demand for more transparency, competitor reputational failures and the rise in social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn as key contributing factors to the increased global interest on the topic.
Two-thirds (66%) of directors on the boards of more than 190 public and privately held companies surveyed by the accounting firm EisnerAmper say reputational risk remains their biggest nonfinancial concern, down slightly from the 69% who said the same thing last year.
In the past year, reputational risk overtook regulatory compliance risk as the primary concern among boards of directors, according to the survey "Concerns About Risks Confronting Boards.