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Risk Management Frameworks Articles

  • The Evolution of Internal Audit and ERM

    Traditionally, internal audit has focused primarily on identifying policy violations and encouraging compliance with regulations. However, internal audit departments have recently turned their efforts towards an integrated approach to risk...

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  • How Risk Management Is Changing in Response to the Economic Crisis

    The economic crisis is changing the risk management landscape in various ways. The government bailouts enacted in response to the economic crisis will have many effects, with the greatest potential...

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  • Enterprise Governance, Risk and Compliance Platforms

    As enterprise-wide risk management concerns have grown, so too has the market for enterprise governance, risk and compliance GRC platform vendors. This article not only describes the underlying technologies of...

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  • Six Ways Companies Mismanage Risk

    Effective risk management is difficult even in the best situations, and failure of risk management can cause large losses within an organization. There are six fundamental mistakes risk managers routinely...

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  • Ten Practical Lessons for Risk Management

    Recent events have uncovered significant deficiencies in the way risks are managed at financial institutions and many other companies. Research into these deficiencies shows ten practical lessons companies can apply...

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  • Risk Management Platforms

    Taking risks is a vital part of business; however, managing risks effectively is becoming increasingly critical as well. The recent economic crisis is encouraging companies to take a deeper look...

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  • Optimism Thwarts Risk Identification

    Many culprits have been identified as causes to the current financial crisis, from faulty risk models to basic human greed. Susan Webber takes a step back to examine the culture...

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  • Risk Mis-Management

    The largest banks and investment firms in the United States took excessive risks over the past few years, contributing to the current financial crisis; however, there was little indication to...

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  • Global Risk Management Survey

    AON conducted a global risk management survey in October and November 2008 with risk managers and chief risk officers comprising two-thirds of respondents. Responses represent 551 organizations of various sizes and industries...

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  • ERM is Vital for Businesses and the Economy

    With the recent financial crisis many wonder if risk management could have prevented or minimized the fall out. The answer is yes. However many companies fail to properly implement risk...

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  • Financial Industry Assesses Role of Risk in Credit Crisis

    This global survey conducted by KPMG in conjunction with the Economist Intelligence Unit in October 2008 summarizes responses from over 500 world-wide risk management senior officers in the banking industry about the...

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  • The Convergence of Enterprise Performance Management and Risk Management

    Organizations can increase their probability of achieving strategic objectives by taking an integrated approach to deploying strategy and managing associated risks. The Performance/Risk Integration Management Model (PRIM2) provides a...

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  • Keeping ERM implementation Simple

    ERM has gained increasing attention in the current economic environment. Investors, regulators and chief officers alike look to managing enterprise-wide risks as a magic bullet to rebuild trust and prevent...

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  • Contrasting Old and New Models of Risk Management

    This article details the growing importance of ERM and contrasts ERM with old models for risk management to illustrate how ERM, if positioned correctly, can add value to companies today....

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  • Preparing For S&P Integration of ERM

    Standard and Poor’s (S&P) is integrating an evaluation of enterprise risk management (ERM) into corporate credit ratings beginning in 2009. S&P has considered ERM when rating financial institutions...

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  • Standard & Poor’s Applies ERM Analysis to Ratings

    Beginning in the third quarter of 2008, Standard and Poor’s will incorporate Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) into discussions at regularly scheduled credit review meetings. The discussions of ERM will focus...

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  • Risk Appetite:  A multifaceted approach to risk management

    Articulating an organization’s risk appetite continues to be a difficult undertaking, with many organizations failing to connect their risk appetite to strategy and capital allocation. A recent IBM thought...

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  • Overview of S&P Proposed ERM Evaluation

    Standard & Poor's proposed expansion of ERM program evaluation to the nonfinancial sector has the potential to significantly affect the credit ratings process for firms in the seventeen industry sectors to...

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  • Assess the Risks – Key Strategies for Overseeing Derivatives

    In recent years the use of derivatives by mutual funds has soared. Yet, there has been little guidance offered to boards on the oversight roles when it comes to derivatives. ...

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  • Enterprise Risk Management: The Full Picture

    An Aon Global Risk Consulting survey conducted among 103 organizations in July 2007 aimed at supporting global organizations in developing enterprise risk management (ERM) strategies throughout various organizational cultures and utilizing sufficient...

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