Case | HBS Case Collection | April 1998 (Revised November 1999)

Hamilton Financial Investments: A Franchise Built on Trust

by Robert L. Simons and Antonio Davila

Abstract

Provides a vehicle for students to evaluate risk management in the fast-paced mutual funds industry. A new risk manager has been hired to install new management controls and procedures. A series of decisions will determine how much business and franchise risk the business will assume.

Keywords: Risk Management; Management Teams; Managerial Roles; Forecasting and Prediction; Investment Funds; Performance Evaluation; Corporate Strategy; Change Management; Financial Services Industry; Banking Industry;

Citation:

Simons, Robert L., and Antonio Davila. "Hamilton Financial Investments: A Franchise Built on Trust." Harvard Business School Case 198-089, April 1998. (Revised November 1999.)