This course looks at the relationship between firm value and risk. It combines theory and practice to inform the participants of the up-to-date on the subject-matter.
Enterprise Risk Management
This program looks at the relationship between firm value and risk. It combines theory and practice to inform the participants of the latest and best approaches on how effective risk management is achieved, as well as what can be avoided in the design and implementation of an effective ERM system. Attention will be paid to most commonly used ERM frameworks and approaches.
Similarly the roles and responsibilities that make for an outstanding risk management system will be discussed, especially in terms of strategic decision making and implementation to maximize results for the organization.
Obtain a comprehensive understanding of the frequent asked questions of ERM;
Understand the principles and processes of risk management;
Understand the basic requirements of the International Standard on risk management (ISO 31000);
Understand the critical issues regarding the design of a suitable ERM
Understand the issues relating to the implementation of an effective ERM.
What is enterprise risk management
Brief discussion of enterprise risk management frameworks (ISO 31000 & COSO)
Risk identification, assessment and treatment
Determination of risk appetite and risk targeting
Enterprise maturity levels
Case study for developing an enterprise risk management.
FOLEY D. FREEMAN MSc, BSc, PgDFM, GDPM, ACCA
Course Lead / Director - Strategy & External Affairs