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RIMS publishes new Executive Report into enterprise risk management

If organizations do not actively embrace and integrate sound risk management practices, another financial crisis could occur, according to a new RIMS Executive Report entitled, Enterprise Risk Management’s Wakeup Call: 10 Years After.

Reflecting on changes since the financial crisis of 2008, the RIMS report chronicles the diffusion and evolution of enterprise risk management (ERM), identifies new challenges for risk professionals to deliver solutions that create and protect value, and offers recommendations for integrating enterprise risk management in today’s sophisticated business environment.

The report features insight from executives from a wide-range of industries who share their perspectives on where enterprise risk management stands today, as well as what the next ten years might hold. The report also examines recent literature and studies to better understand the risk management issues that are important to organizations and what is impactful about enterprise risk management. The report, then, challenges risk professionals to deliver programs that create as well as protect value.

Enterprise Risk Management’s Wakeup Call: 10 Years After currently is available exclusively to RIMS members. To download the report, visit RIMS Risk Knowledge library at www.RIMS.org/RiskKnowledge



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