A practical approach to defining indicators within an integrated ERM Framework …
A practical approach to defining indicators within an integrated ERM Framework
Many organisations have made considerable progress in the area of enterprise and operational risk management since the financial crisis in 2007/2008. However events over the last few years have demonstrated, and continue to demonstrate the need to make improvements in organisational risk management capabilities and tools.
One area of weakness and, particular challenge for many organisations is around indictors, specifically developing and managing with Key Risk indicators (KRIs). KRIs have a vital role to play in monitoring and managing risk exposure within any organisation, and should be developed and deployed in the context of a wider indicator suite which includes Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and Key Control Indicators (KCIs).
This interactive workshop provided attendees with a deep understanding of developing and managing with Key Risk Indicators. We started by providing an overarching management framework which integrated strategy execution and risk management. We then moved on to clarify the role of KRIs, alongside KPIs and KCIs.
Using a combination of presentations and practical examples, we were able to:
Learn how to define robust suite of indicators, including the different between Leading and Lagging, and Financial and Non-Financial indicators
Understand how to use a well-structured risk definition to guide the definition of KRIs
Understand the relationship between risk appetite and KRIs, and however Risk Appetite should influence the definition of KRIs
Understand the role KRIs play in scenario analysis
Understand the role of KRIs in the risk assessment process
Understand the role of KRIs within the risk, regulatory and management reporting
CROs, Directors, General Managers, Senior Management and Managers of: Operations, Operational Risk Management, Enterprise Risk Management, Internal Audit, Compliance, Operational Risk, Strategy and Performance.
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