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1.Risk management Business Principles Approach
2.Attributes of enhanced risk management
3.Roles of Internal Audit

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  1. 1. Risk Management Keynotes forRisk Manager & Internal Audit Risk management Business Principles Approach Attributes of enhanced risk management Roles of Internal Audit
  2. 2. Hello, Bosses & Risk Managers• This simple slide presentation is a reminder special delivery to you for your own reading interest• The contents are partial summary of Risk Management ISO 31000• More information are available on request• From Henry h l Lim personal research library
  3. 3. Risk management Business Principles Approach1. Create value2. An integral part of organisational processes3. Part of decision making4. Explicitly address uncertainty5. Be systematic and structured6. Be based on the best available information
  4. 4. Risk management Business Principles Approach7. Be tailored8. Take into account human factors9. Be transparent and inclusive10. Be dynamic, iterative and responsive to change11. Be capable of continual improvement and enhancement
  5. 5. Attributes of enhanced risk management1. A pronounced emphasis on continuous improvement in risk management through the setting of organisational performance goals, measurement, review and the subsequent modification of processes, systems, resources and capability/skills.2. Comprehensive, fully defined and fully accepted accountability for risks, controls and treatment tasks.
  6. 6. Attributes of enhanced risk management3. Comprehensive, fully defined and fully accepted accountability for risks, controls and treatment tasks.4. Named individuals fully accept, are appropriately skilled and have adequate resources to check controls, monitor risks, improve controls and communicate effectively about risks and their management to interested parties.
  7. 7. Attributes of enhanced risk management5. All decision making within the organisation, whatever the level of importance and significance, involves the explicit consideration of risks and the application of the risk management process to some appropriate degree.
  8. 8. Attributes of enhanced risk management6. Continual communications and highly visible, comprehensive and frequent reporting of risk management performance to all “interested parties” as part of their accepted governance processes.
  9. 9. Attributes of enhanced risk management7. Risk management is always viewed as a core organisational process where risks are regarded in terms of sources of uncertainty that can be treated to maximize the chance of gain while minimizing the chance of loss.
  10. 10. Attributes of enhanced risk management8. Critically, effective risk management is regarded by senior managers as essential for the achievement of the organisation’s objectives. The organisation’s governance structure and process are founded on the risk management process.
  11. 11. Roles of Internal Audit• Core Internal Audit roles• Legitimate Internal Audit roles with safeguards• Roles Internal Audit should not undertake
  12. 12. Core Internal Audit roles1. Giving assurance that the control systems are effective2. Giving assurance that risks are correctly evaluated3. Evaluating Risk Management processes4. Evaluating reporting of material risks5. Reviewing the management of material risks6. Giving assurance on the Risk Management processes
  13. 13. Legitimate Internal Audit roles with safeguards7. Giving advice on identifying & evaluating risks8. Championing establishment of ERM9. Facilitating risk workshops10. Central coordinating point for ERM11. Monitoring risks across the business12. Holistic reporting on risks13. Facilitating Management’s response to risks14. Operating the ERM framework15. Developing RM strategy for Board approval
  14. 14. Roles Internal Audit should not undertake16. Imposing risk management processes17. Setting the risk appetite18. Assurance by management on controls and risks19. Taking decisions on risk responses20. Managing risks on Management’s behalf21. Accountability for risks and controls

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