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.
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