Gary Cokins explores the progress boards of directors have made in understanding and delivering upon their roles toward the business and shareholders, specifically the roles associated to governance and risk.
Shirley Inscoe has a depth of knowledgeable about fraud and fraud technologies, so she gave a presentation at BAI Payments Connect Conference & Expo about insider fraud and some of the high-tech and low-tech best practices for combatting it.
Today, boards are required to take a much more active role in risk oversight. This is the third In this series of posts where I’m discussing the three key levers that boards can use in their risk oversight. In this post, I’m covering risk policy. Board-approved risk policies are a critical tool for communicating its expectations and requirements for risk management and oversight.
In the wake of the global financial crisis, boards are taking a much more active role in risk oversight. In this series of posts, I’m discussing the three key levers that boards can use in their risk oversight. In this post, I’m covering risk governance, which establishes the oversight roles and decision points for the board and board committees.
In the wake of the global financial crisis, boards are taking a much more active role in risk oversight. They are reexamining governance structure and roles, risk policies and limits, and assurance and reporting processes. James Lam, author of Enterprise Risk Management: From Incentives to Controls, says there are three key levers that boards should adopt in their risk oversight.
You’ve heard it before – siloed data is trouble. Data trouble is getting bigger every day, so those siloes are helping you dig a giant hole for your organization. David Wallace had three-step plan for managing your big data troubles that reduces risk and keeps you in regulatory compliance.
The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Act will bring the most sweeping changes in compliance rules since the 1930s. At the Premier Business Leadership Series in Orlando on Tuesday, a panel comprised of leaders from some of the affected industries gathered to discuss the implications of the act.
An enterprise risk management (ERM) program is more than a collection of organizational functions. ERM integrates all risk efforts under one set of common definitions, process framework and system solutions. Join Mona Leung, a banking and security leader from Alliant Credit Union, to hear how she developed and grew her institution’s ERM program.
What you don’t know can hurt you. So what can you do about it? GRC (governance, risk & compliance) is about ensuring that your business is in control. It’s about being proactive rather than waiting to see what happens next. Clark Abrahams lays out simple ingredients for a GRC strategy of Knowing.