2. What should a typical risk management framework include? – Alex Sidorenko

What should a typical risk management framework include?
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2 thoughts on “2. What should a typical risk management framework include? – Alex Sidorenko

  1. I agree that risk should be integrated into individual business area policies and processes, but the assumption here is that all business activities are always covered by a policy or procedural document. This is not always the case, particularly for one-off activities or new strategies/technologies etc. This is why a robust Risk Management Framework/Policy is still required. Risk Management needs to be employed across all business activities in a consistent manner, ensuring that risks are quantified, validated, treated and monitored, and roles are clearly defined etc, not just major or established business activities. Short answer – My belief is a combined approach required.

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