Change from above
Risk culture hard to manage, even harder to measure, say panellists at Insurance Risk Asia
Sponsored statement: Moody's Analytics
Insurance Risk Solvency II Solutions Guide 2012/13
Smaller op risk teams mean that the message gets across better, conference is told
Finding the best approach
Poll respondents might be pointing the finger at supervisors but risk experts say corporate management itself is at fault
Energy companies are only starting to discover the value of risk management skills and taking an enterprise-wide risk approach, says John Wengler
Thinking holistically – the benefits of enterprise risk management
Wolters Kluwer Financial Services’ ARC Logics for Financial Services
Phillip Straley has left consultancy Ernst & Young to join rival Accenture where he will lead the risk management services division for Asia Pacific.
Returning to form
Survey responses from more than 50 op risk managers suggest data and systems management is the leading concern, rather than adopting an enterprise risk management framework, which was flagged as the top issue in last year's poll
Nick Cioll, CRO and CFO of TriEagle Energy, speaks with Pauline McCallion about the turning points in his career that led him to blending his skills in finance and energy risk management
Op risk should play a dominant role in the development of ERM, says Thomson Reuters’ Philippe Carrel
Throughout its brief history, the operational risk discipline has been labouring under a limiting and perhaps inaccurate definition of what it is and what it should be covering. Op risk needs to broaden its remit across the enterprise if it is going to...
Editor Victoria Tozer-Pennington reviews the op risk events from the month that range from volcanic ash clouds to civil fraud.
Nigel Milbank believes one of the causes of the recent financial crisis was risk professionals’ failure to persuade their organisations of the importance of risk management. Here, he outlines 10 ways to get people on board the risk train and to better...