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Get prepared for the rimap Examination – useful readings!

rimap_H-logo-certified-RGBThe rimap examination is a written exam with 100 questions based on the rimap Body of Knowledge using recognised sources such as ISO 31000 and COSO ERM framework.

To better prepare for the rimap examination, you will find below the full list of sources that have been used to build the rimap examination for October 2016:

1- COSO Enterprise Risk Management Integrated Framework – Executive Summary – September 2004 – http://www.coso.org/documents/coso_erm_executivesummary.pdf

2-ISO Guide 73:2009 Risk management vocabulary – Preview – 2009 https://www.iso.org/obp/ui/#iso:std:44651:en

3-ISO 31000:2009 Risk management — Principles and guidelines – https://www.iso.org/obp/ui/#iso:std:iso:31000:ed-1:v1:en

4-A structured approach to Enterprise Risk Management and the requirements of ISO 31000 – airmic/alarm/irm – 2010 http://archives.ferma.eu/app/uploads/2011/10/a-structured-approach-to-erm.pdf

5-Audit and Risk Committees – News from EU Legislation and Best Practices – ECIIA and FERMA – 2014 http://archives.ferma.eu/app/uploads/2014/10/ECIIA_FERMA_Brochure_v8.pdf

6-The rimap Code of Ethics http://rimap-certified.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Rimap-Code-of-ethics.pdf

7-Lloyd’s of London Glossary of Terms http://www.lloyds.com/Common/Help/Glossary

8-FERMA website ferma.eu

Remember that the application fee for the rimap certification is included in the Seminar fee package of €150. There will be no additional charge.

Putting numbers to cyber risks

No risk manager can be unaware of cyber risks, but a much more difficult issue is how to put some numbers on the exposure for the specific company. This is a question that risk committees and boards are increasingly likely to ask. Their concern is growing, as FERMA’s work with Zurich Insurance and Harvard Business Review shows. Continue reading

Enterprise risk management from the top

One of the best descriptions I have heard lately of enterprise risk management (ERM) came not from a risk manager, but from Cécile Coune, the CEO of specialist aviation insurer Aviabel. She and I were taking part in a seminar on risk management and internal audit organised by FERMA’s Belgian member BELRIM, and she was the opening speaker. Continue reading