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10 11 Branding and the Risk Management Imperative Susan Fournier and Shuba Srinivasan Every light has its shadow Of all the assets under marketing control, brands are perhaps the most valued. A strong brand attracts new customers, retains existing cus- tomers and offers a platform for the introduction of new products. A strong brand can reduce risk by encouraging broader stock ownership, insulating a company from mar- ket downturns, granting protection from product failures and reducing variability and volatility in future cash flows. A landmark study

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