Regulators blamed for strategic risk failings, says Risk.net poll

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Regulators are to blame for the low priority attached to strategic risk at many companies, according to a new Risk.net poll. Some 30% of respondents said they believed the most significant roadblock for risk managers seeking to assess strategic risk is the failure of regulators to adequately promote it.

Nearly one-quarter of respondents to the poll said the biggest obstacle is "insufficient discussion of strategic issues across the enterprise", while 19% blamed the hostility of business units

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