The presenter will first conduct a basic review of what is ERM, the three key phases of ERM, and how Risk Assessments fit in. Then the presenter will explain how the Risk Assessment Process works and will specifically focus on three key Risk Assessments you must have as critical components of your ERM Program: the Enterprise Risk Management Risk Assessment, Information Technology Risk Assessment, and the Internal Controls Risk Assessment. You will walk away with practical tools and examples you can implement in your organization immediately.
This webinar is for participants who have a basic foundational knowledge of Enterprise Risk Management and are looking for specific examples on how to complete these three important Risk Assessments. The presenter will focus on how COVID-19 impacted each risk category—including a new COVID-19 Risk Assessment, the consequences, and mitigating and monitoring tools banks can use to mitigate the effects of the Pandemic now and going forward.
Who Should Attend:
This informative session is designed for Risk Managers and Risk Leaders, Chief Risk Officers, Compliance Officers, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Credit Officer, Internal Auditors, and the entire risk management team.
Why You Should Attend:
To learn more in-depth how to complete these three key risk assessments for ERM, IT, and Internal Controls.
Key Learning Objectives:
Enterprise Risk Management has been around since the 1980’s but it has now become more prominent in the banking industry due to increased global risks. Banks that have an ERM Program established are better positioned to grow successfully. The ERM Program based on best practices ensures banks have a strong foundation and solid infrastructure which helps them foresee and prepare for future risks while achieving their organization’s vision.
Risk Assessments are at the core of the ERM Program. Financial Institutions need to conduct Risk Assessments in multiple areas. In this session, we focus on three key risk assessments.
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