Be a Catalyst for Your ERM Program
Collaboration among Internal Audit, Compliance, and Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) functions is critical to monitor and mitigate an institution's strategic, financial, and operational risks. In addition to Internal Audit and Compliance being uniquely positioned to enhance an institution's ERM program, key opportunities exist for other internal or external stakeholders, such as the Board and Chief Business Officers, to serve as catalysts for program improvements.
This webinar will share how stakeholders throughout an institution can use various tools, including internal and external assessments, to improve the effectiveness of ERM. We will discuss how institutions position their ERM programs and how Internal Audit and others can serve as a resource.
Field of study: Business Management and Organization
CPE credit: 1 Credit
Key learning objectives
Attendees should be able to do the following upon conclusion of the webinar:
- Recognize opportunities to involve key stakeholders throughout your institution to contribute to ERM program enhancements
- Understand how private and public institutions organize and execute effective ERM programs
- Leverage existing tools and practices, as well as new considerations, to further develop your ERM program
Who should attend
- Internal Auditors
- Audit Managers/Directors
- Chief Audit Executives
- Chief Risk Officers
- Compliance Officers
- Board Members
- Risk Management Officers
- Chief Business Officers
- Program/Project Managers
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