Before financial institutions had chief risk officers, they had people like Dan Borge.

As a partner at the old Bankers Trust, Borge designed one of the earliest models for managing enterprise risk. He spent much of each day on the trading floor, where he would examine specific transactions and gather color from the folks on the desks to help develop a picture of the firm's big exposures.

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