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Enterprise Risk Management & Governance: What’s the added value?

The National Risk Manager Association, during its Annual Conference (#ANRA2014), analyzes the profession of risk managers in terms of good governance.

The “Observatory on the Corporate Risk Manager’s role in Italy”, promoted by ANRA and RiskGovernance – Politecnico di Milano, shows the identikit of the risk manager in Italian companies. He is a man in 87% out of 283 companies analyzed, with an average age of 50 years old and with a university education in Economics (24%) or engineering (16%). 40% of respondents are Chief Risk Officers and in 76% of cases they were recruited internally. Which are the most significant risks for the next 5 years? Those linked to internal processes (14%), credit risk (11%) and concentration (10%)”. Continue reading

First FERMA European Risk and Insurance Report to reveal added value from risk management

The first FERMA European Risk and Insurance Report will position the risk and insurance functions in companies by showing the value that they add.

The report, which is based on the results of the 2014 FERMA Benchmarking Survey, will be released at the FERMA Seminar on 20 and 21 October in Brussels. Continue reading