Timely, accurate and effective risk reporting is an integral part of a strong risk management framework. Many organizations already have risk reporting processes in place. These are not always reviewed as often as they should be to ensure the best and latest risk reporting techniques are being used to enhance decision making.
What the regulators, Board and other stakeholders expect from your risk MI
Current approaches to risk reporting and the appropriate technique for different risk categories
Effective Key Risk Indicator frameworks
Risk MI benchmarking and reporting against developing industry best practice
The challenges of reporting complex risk information to the Board, including Risk Capital, Culture and Risk Appetite
Purpose of Risk MI
Risk reporting tools and techniques
Key Risk Indicators and Key Control Indicators
Reporting to the Board
Using Risk MI to drive management action and strategy
The strengths and limitations of various risk reporting tools such as risk registers, key risk indicators, risk matrices.
How risk reporting fits into strategic decision making, internal control, and external reporting.
The recent developments in risk reporting tools and methodologies.
Managing your risk reports effectively, including producing reports for different audiences; potential problems with collecting data; designing a report effectively; and using risk reporting systems.
Who Should Attend?
This training course is suitable for who has risk management, monitoring or reporting responsibilities, particularly those who are new to the area or seeking a refresher of the fundamental principles and approaches.
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