Tag Archives: ERM

I wonder if anyone realises that implementing ERM is actually bad risk management

I wonder if anyone realises that implementing ERM is actually bad risk management

According to COSO ERM, “enterprise risk management” refers to the culture, capabilities, and practices, integrated with strategy-setting and performance, that organizations rely on to manage risk in creating, preserving, and realizing value. Sounds not too bad. In this article I will argue that doing this, or rather doing as COSO and most consultants and most […]

Great moments at the RIMS ERM 2018 conference in Montreal

Great moments at the RIMS ERM 2018 conference in Montreal

It took me ages to get from Spain to Montreal but it was definitely worth it. Day 1 After some motivational kick-off presentations, Chris Mandel, Director, Sedgwick Institute, Yvette Connor, Principal and Practice Lead, Strategic Risk Advisory Services, Grant Thornton and myself had great fun discussing the digitization of risk profile. The vexing problem of “cyber risk” actually […]

RISK MANAGEMENT DEBATE: Is ERM a total fraud?

RISK MANAGEMENT DEBATE: Is ERM a total fraud?

Join Hans Laessoe, founder of AKTUS and former CRO of LEGO, and Alex Sidorenko,  for another thought-provoking risk management debate. On the 2d of August we will talk about ERM and what it means to the risk management profession. Join us for this very entertaining debate. FREE REGISTRATION:  https://events.genndi.com/register/169105139238458453/32294926ac Alex will argue how most common ERM […]

Seminar in Malta: ERM and operational risk management

Seminar in Malta: ERM and operational risk management

Join Alex Sidorenko, Vice-president Institute for Strategic Risk Analysis in Decision Making and Director, RISK-ACADEMY to talk about Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and latest developments in operational risk management. DATE: 30th APRIL 2018 TIME: 9am to 5pm (lunch and coffee included) LOCATION: MITC, Mriehel Topics to be covered: Decision quality and how humans make decisions […]