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Risk Management: Striking the Right Balance to Keep Regulators Satisfied & Add Strategic Value
Join us as we look at striking the right balance for risk management, keeping the regulators happy while uncovering opportunities and achieving strategic objectives.
Too often risk managers are so focused on compliance-based risk mitigation to meet regulatory requirements that they fail to see the bigger picture. This "preventive" risk management approach doesn’t add strategic value, and risks that are worth taking to grow the company can end up being overlooked.
Join us as we look at striking the right balance for risk management, an ideal scenario that keeps the regulators happy but also incorporates a proactive approach to risk management to uncover opportunities and achieve strategic objectives.
- Learn how a balanced risk framework can demonstrate effective risk management to regulators and uncover strategic value
- Discover how to use the risk management function to provide strategic business intelligence to aid decision making
- Learn how risk teams can provide data to guide calculated risk-taking, identify opportunities for growth, and help businesses to achieve their corporate strategy
- Understand how to use risk as a competitive differentiator
- Norman Marks, CPA, CRMA Author, Speaker, Thought Leader, OCEG Fellow, Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Risk Management
- Andrew Cutter, Andrew Cutter, Vice President North America, Camms
Field of Study: Management Services
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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