Creating a Risk Intelligent Infrastructure: Getting Risk Intelligence Done

Deloitte’s paper examines the potential benefits of infrastructure improvements when developing the business case for more effective risk management: greater consistency; higher efficiency; deeper insight into risks and their interdependencies; and enhanced decision-making ability.

 

To maintain alignment between risk exposures and business strategy, a Risk Intelligent Enterprise draws on the coordinated efforts of three levels of risk management responsibility:

  • Risk governance, including strategic decision-making and risk oversight, led by the board of directors
  • Risk infrastructure and management, including designing, implementing, and maintaining an effective risk management program, led by executive management
  • Risk ownership, including identifying, measuring, monitoring, and reporting on specific risks, led by the business units and functions

 

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