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Thursday, May 30, 2013

Reputation Risk

Risks and losses that are caused from reputational damage are not part of the Pillar I Basel II regulatory requirements, but a framework or reputation risk initiative still needs to be developed by risk departments in banks.

If banks are unable to dimension what drives reputational damage in their organisations, they can't really say they have completed Pillar II for Basel. In this blog posting, a small presentation has been supplied as the outcome of an exploratory exercise into how to launch a reputational risk campaign in a bank. This is one of the artifacts from a recent operational risk workshop that was run in Dubai.

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Hidden in a risk register

Risk registries are useful reports for looking at the entire hazard horizon across an enterprise but they have some issues which many risk analysts overlook.

In this blog posting, we take a look at a fundamental flaw found in nearly all risk registers.

Friday, May 10, 2013

ERM in the Philippines

It has been a while since I have posted but my clients across Asia have kept me busy with their various work related projects. This generally takes precedence over blogging.

This week however, Causal Capital delivered a presentation on what Enterprise Risk Management really means in terms of scope for risk managers in a corporation.

In this short blog posting, we look at various elements of Enterprise Risk Management for small medium enterprises and what should be in scope. There is also a link to the main presentation that was delivered to a group of seasoned risk practitioners in Manila.