Introduction to Enterprise Risk Management
The September 11 terrorist attack on the United States, the aftermath of global financial crisis of 2007 – 2008, the nuclear crisis of Japan after earthquake/tsunami struck etc have all led to renewed focus on best risk management practices in all industries around the world. Regulators and other oversight bodies are advocating strongly for better organisations’ risk management process to protect stakeholders’ interest as well as increase value to stakeholders.
The increasing pace of change and market globalisation means that the risks facing an organisation is also changing constantly. The dimensions of risks are not restricted to just financial but also other aspects e.g. political, technical, legal, natural, environmental etc. As a result, understanding and managing risks is paramount to the survival of an organisation.
This workshop provides a comprehensive insight and understanding of ERM, which is broadly the process which organisations identify, measure, manage and monitor all key risks in the organisations to ultimately meet business objectives and increase value to stakeholders. This one-day workshop is structured around concepts and case studies which illustrate how ERM processes can be integrated into organisations’ daily decision-making processes to enhance stakeholders understanding and awareness of risk inherent within any form of operations in the organisations.
This course is a foundation level risk management course and is beneficial for all levels of corporate professionals who have keen interest in risk management. In particular the course should be especially useful for those in corporate finance, treasury and risk management.
1 day, 10am to 5.30pm / 7.5 hours
Hand-outs and recommended text
A certificate of attendance will be issued to participants who have attended and completed the programme.