Enterprise Risk   Managementfor Credit Unions:  An OverviewRussellWhite.com © 2010
What is ERM?  ERM is a process where the board of directors and   management identify:                      • Their risk t...
What are the components of ERM?•   Strategic Initiatives•   Operations monitoring•   Reporting of critical measurements•  ...
ERM                          Encourages                          a Portfolio                           View of            ...
ERM recommends considering risk        when setting all objectives.RussellWhite.com © 2010
Risks should be assessed in three ways.  Likelihood                            Impact  ResponseRussellWhite.com © 2010
What Controls are in Place                  to Contain Risk?RussellWhite.com © 2010
ERM Communication       Management identifies, captures, and        communicates pertinent information        in a form an...
ERM Internal Controls  A strong system of internal control   is essential to effective enterprise           risk managemen...
ERM Internal Auditors•   Play an important role in monitoring ERM, but    do NOT have primary responsibility for its    im...
Management establishes an ERM by:•   Determine a risk philosophy•   Survey risk culture•   Consider organizational integri...
ERM Risk model example:• Environmental Risks  – Capital Availability  – Regulatory, Political, and Legal  – Financial Mark...
ERM Risk model example:     • Process Risks       – Operations Risk       – Empowerment Risk       – Information Processin...
ERM Risk model example:• Information for Decision Making   – Operational Risk   – Financial Risk   – Strategic RiskRussell...
ERM Risk Responses•    Quantification of risk exposure•    Options available:        - Accept = monitor        - Avoid = e...
ERM Management of the Process  •   Accountability for risks  •   Ownership  •   Updates          - Changesin business obje...
Check out my videos                           at BizWizTV.com                                For more                     ...
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ERM Overview for Credit Unions

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Enterprise Risk Management is an important process credit union boards of directors must be aware of. Here is a simple overview of the process and how credit unions will be using this to balance their risk investments.

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ERM Overview for Credit Unions

  1. 1. Enterprise Risk Managementfor Credit Unions: An OverviewRussellWhite.com © 2010
  2. 2. What is ERM? ERM is a process where the board of directors and management identify: • Their risk tolerance, risk assessment and risk response. • Events that can impact the organization’s risk (Internal and External.) • How to manage organizational risk. • Strategies to accomplish objectives.RussellWhite.com © 2010
  3. 3. What are the components of ERM?• Strategic Initiatives• Operations monitoring• Reporting of critical measurements• Compliance with regulations• Perform risk assessments• Communicate risk results• Oversight and periodic review by managementRussellWhite.com © 2010
  4. 4. ERM Encourages a Portfolio View of Risk.RussellWhite.com © 2010
  5. 5. ERM recommends considering risk when setting all objectives.RussellWhite.com © 2010
  6. 6. Risks should be assessed in three ways. Likelihood Impact ResponseRussellWhite.com © 2010
  7. 7. What Controls are in Place to Contain Risk?RussellWhite.com © 2010
  8. 8. ERM Communication Management identifies, captures, and communicates pertinent information in a form and timeframe that enables people to carry out their responsibilities. Communication occurs in a broader sense, flowing down, across, and upRussellWhite.com © 2010 the organization.
  9. 9. ERM Internal Controls A strong system of internal control is essential to effective enterprise risk management. Financial controls and risk management are to be expanded to include all objectives of the organization. RussellWhite.com © 2010
  10. 10. ERM Internal Auditors• Play an important role in monitoring ERM, but do NOT have primary responsibility for its implementation or maintenance.• Assist management and the board or audit committee in the process by: - Monitoring - Evaluating - Examining - Reporting - Recommending improvementsRussellWhite.com © 2010
  11. 11. Management establishes an ERM by:• Determine a risk philosophy• Survey risk culture• Consider organizational integrity and ethical values• Decide roles and responsibilities
  12. 12. ERM Risk model example:• Environmental Risks – Capital Availability – Regulatory, Political, and Legal – Financial Markets and Shareholder RelationsRussellWhite.com © 2010
  13. 13. ERM Risk model example: • Process Risks – Operations Risk – Empowerment Risk – Information Processing / Technology Risk – Integrity Risk – Financial RiskRussellWhite.com © 2010
  14. 14. ERM Risk model example:• Information for Decision Making – Operational Risk – Financial Risk – Strategic RiskRussellWhite.com © 2010
  15. 15. ERM Risk Responses• Quantification of risk exposure• Options available: - Accept = monitor - Avoid = eliminate (get out of situation) - Reduce = institute controls - Share = partner with someone (e.g. insurance)• Residual risk (unmitigated risk – e.g. shrinkage) RussellWhite.com © 2010
  16. 16. ERM Management of the Process • Accountability for risks • Ownership • Updates - Changesin business objectives - Changes in systems - Changes in processesRussellWhite.com © 2010
  17. 17. Check out my videos at BizWizTV.com For more information to help your credit union Contact me: Russell@RussellWhite.com or check out www.RussellWhite.comRussellWhite.com © 2010

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