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Risk Leaders (Chief Risk Officers) Articles

  • Global Risk Management Survey

    Risk management today is becoming increasingly important to the marketplace because of the financial instabilities felt by all. This turbulent atmosphere in the marketplace since the early part of 2008…

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  • The Changing Role of the Finance Organization

    Today’s focus on the rapid embrace of globalization initiatives has substantially increased the complexity and pace of change that risk executives face. Dealing with the volume and complexities of these…

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  • Risk Managers Should Have Been Better Prepared

    A risk manager at a large global bank explains how he did not expect the economy to take a turn for the worse. Since the economy was doing so well,…

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  • Risk Manager Trepidation

    Even though some risks may involve unpredictable natural disasters, managers need to implement plans to reduce the impact such an event(s) would have on their business. Risk managers should implement and maintain successful enterprise risk management plans to give them confidence in the management of unpredictable risks.

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  • ERM Progress

    Internal Auditor recently published an article titled, Moving Forward with ERM, to provide news on recent developments in ERM and the increasingly important role that chief risk officers (CROs) play…

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  • CROs (Chief Risk Officer) Challenged by IT Risks

    The white paper focuses on the increasing dependency companies have on IT processes and the new challenges placed on CROs. Senior executives at various industries were asked to provide insight on digital risks and the role CROs play in tackling such risks.

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  • Role of the Chief Risk Officer

    The Chief Risk Officer (CRO) is rapidly becoming one of the most crucial members of the management team. CROs are involved with managing many types of risks faced by a business including regulatory risks, product development risks, and strategic risks.

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  • Driving Need for ERM

    Many environmental forces—such as globalization, technology, the Internet, and deregulation—have created uncertainty for twenty-first century businesses. Companies therefore have to re-think business models, core strategies and customer bases. As a…

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  • Emergence of Chief Risk Officers

    Many multinational organizations are implementing comprehensive risk management programs. This shift in management is being driven by several different forces. Comprehensive risk management programs aim to identify the plethora of…

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