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Are you able to set the right risk appetite and tolerance limits covering all key risks areas? Do you know how to adopt key risk indicators to pre-empt emerging risks? Can you effe

Workshop on Implementing Enterprise Risk Management

From political discontent, economic changes, to data breaches and cyber attacks, businesses today are operating in an environment full of risks.Organisations need to manage risks proactively or risk falling victim to serious financial, reputational, and business failures. Are you able to set the right risk appetite and tolerance limits covering all key risks areas? Do you know how to adopt key risk indicators to pre-empt emerging risks? Can you effectively embed risk awareness among all employees?

Join us at this 2-day practical workshop to acquire a practical approach to implement and operationalise a sustainable ERM model. Examine the critical components of an effective ERM and benchmark against international frameworks, standards and corporate governance models. Through real-life examples, learn how to effectively identify, assess, respond, report and monitor key risks. Pick up techniques to manage emerging and strategic risks and acquire strategies in developing an effective risk culture.

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Target Audience

This workshop is designed for Risk Management professionals, Internal Auditors, and executives who are tasked with the responsibility to develop or enhance the company’s risk management process


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