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Craig Broderick, Goldman Sachs (2007) The chapter on credit culture was high on our priority list when approaching the revision of Managing Credit Risk. There were two reasons for this. For the first edition we featured two strong cultures at banks where we interviewed several people about how those bank cultures worked. Morgan Guaranty Trust was an example of how a culture could be built around c02 JWBK105-Caouette March 20, 2008 9:22 Char Count= 30 MANAGING CREDIT RISK tradition, consistency in recruiting, and a focused business plan.

Establishing a comfort zone and—more importantly—staying within it are not as simple as they may at first appear. The quest for profitable growth often puts businesses on a collision course with their risk boundaries. A few lucky companies may for a time grow rapidly without experiencing major losses. Most, however, must make tough choices among competing interests and priorities. Will the organization aim, above all, to maximize market share, asset quality, or profitability? What level of losses will it tolerate?

The merchant who insists that you pay for a purchase in cash may well be impugning your integrity. This shift in attitude is just as visible in the commercial sphere. CEOs and CFOs are paid handsomely to find other people’s money for their companies to leverage. The stock market, which shows little taste for underleveraged companies, exerts steady pressure on public companies to put an appropriate level of debt on their balance sheets. Meanwhile, pension funds and insurance companies are the major investors in hedge funds and private equity firms who vie with one another to lend money to finance leveraged buyouts.

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