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1Closing thecommunication gapHow institutional investorsare buildingrisk-aware culturesDavid LineManaging Editor, Industry...
2This presentation contains select findings only from the Closingthe Communication Gap report.To view the full report plea...
3Core questionsWhat quality of information does the business receive from therisk function?How effectively does the risk f...
4Research methodology
5Survey demographics
6Survey demographics
7Key findings
81. Risk awareness has changed dramatically
92. Reputation is as big a concern as market risk
103. Risk priorities do not always align
113. Risk priorities do not always align
124. Internal risk information is not always good
135. Confusion over the role of the risk function
146. Europe has the biggest communication gap
15…and pays for it
167. Risk committees provide the bedrock for morecohesive risk frameworks
178. CROs are increasingly on executive boards…
189. But incentives to meet risk targets are sporadic
1910. Paying for risk objectives makes risk management pay…
2011. …as does better communication
2112. Whistleblowers unite
22Closing thecommunication gapThank youDavid LineManaging Editor, Industry& Management ResearchMay 2013
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Closing the communication gap - How institutional investors are building risk-aware cultures

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This is the age of the risk-aware organisation. But what does risk-awareness mean to asset owners and asset managers? A new research conducted by The Economist Intelligence Unit examines how well risk structures are performing at investment institution. It looks at the quality of information the business receives from the risk function; how effectively the risk function communicates with other areas of the business; whether the risk function is well understood; how well managers and staff are incentivised to achieve risk objectives; and how these findings compare globally. Read and download the full report on < http://bit.ly/commgapsm

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  1. 1. 1Closing thecommunication gapHow institutional investorsare buildingrisk-aware culturesDavid LineManaging Editor, Industry& Management ResearchMay 2013
  2. 2. 2This presentation contains select findings only from the Closingthe Communication Gap report.To view the full report please visit:http://www.managementthinking.eiu.com/closing-communication-gap.html
  3. 3. 3Core questionsWhat quality of information does the business receive from therisk function?How effectively does the risk function communicate with otherareas of the business?Is the risk function is well understood?How well are managers and staff are incentivised to achieve riskobjectives?How do these issues compare globally?
  4. 4. 4Research methodology
  5. 5. 5Survey demographics
  6. 6. 6Survey demographics
  7. 7. 7Key findings
  8. 8. 81. Risk awareness has changed dramatically
  9. 9. 92. Reputation is as big a concern as market risk
  10. 10. 103. Risk priorities do not always align
  11. 11. 113. Risk priorities do not always align
  12. 12. 124. Internal risk information is not always good
  13. 13. 135. Confusion over the role of the risk function
  14. 14. 146. Europe has the biggest communication gap
  15. 15. 15…and pays for it
  16. 16. 167. Risk committees provide the bedrock for morecohesive risk frameworks
  17. 17. 178. CROs are increasingly on executive boards…
  18. 18. 189. But incentives to meet risk targets are sporadic
  19. 19. 1910. Paying for risk objectives makes risk management pay…
  20. 20. 2011. …as does better communication
  21. 21. 2112. Whistleblowers unite
  22. 22. 22Closing thecommunication gapThank youDavid LineManaging Editor, Industry& Management ResearchMay 2013
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