Bryan’s Blog: A Chief Risk Officer Needs to be a Trusted Advisor

Recently I read a comment in a LinkedIn Group that stated Chief Risk Officers should be given more authority in order to enforce sound risk management practices. This made me raise my pen. The notion of authority for a CRO worries me a bit along the lines that the risk management function and internal audit…
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Risk e-Views Vol 7 April 2011 – Risk Leadership: Knowledge is Power

When we conduct risk assessments we are often satisfied with the outcomes based on our existing knowledge. Our knowledge however is usually based on some facts and a whole lot of assumptions, perceptions and theories. As human beings we use our five senses of sight, smell, taste, touch and hearing to maximise our knowledge about…
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