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I believe risk maturity is the biggest challenge for the risk profession, making it a valuable and embedded capability that actually helps the business be more proactive, take accountability, improve performance and deal with issues. This is how I’ve reframed risk management to business leaders.
Corporate failings and crises continue to happen all the time especially in this current environment but two stories really stuck in our minds this month:
I’m not sure this is a first but I don’t recall any other company getting regulatory fines specifically for risk management. $400m fine and the article talks about how Citi intend to invest more than $1b this year in risk management and control efforts.
The whole retail sector has been severely affected by the pandemic so being slapped with a $41.3m fine for a GDPR fine is really the last thing anyone needs. To hear that this is because line managers were diligently recording 121 meeting notes but these were somehow made available company wide due to a system error is very unfortunate.
I met the content editor at the Business Reporter, their readership are general business leaders and professionals and was surprised that their audience wanted to learn more about risk appetite and specifically getting to the – So What?. Here is my attempt at explaining the concept and application aimed at a CEO or C-suite executive.
As we draw to the final few months of this awful year which will forever be ingrained in our memories, I know many of you are preparing more proactive plans for 2021. Please spare a thought for the tools and systems you use, the time you spend on risk reporting, the difficulty in getting everyone to update their risks and the importance of making risk management a high value capability. If you haven’t already, check out GOAT to step change your risk management. Whilst the pricing is low, now is the best time to secure budgets for next year.
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