Making Sense of Risk Appetite

This seminar will provide delegates with a comprehensive understanding of the concept of risk appetite and its effective use within financial institutions.

13-14 May 2014 at The Kingsley Hotel, London, United Kingdom

Energy and Power, Management

Making Sense of Risk Appetite 13-14 May 2014 The Kingsley Hotel, London, United Kingdom
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This two day training course will provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of risk appetite. Delegates will gain in-depth, practical knowledge of building a risk appetite framework, and consider wider strategic issues such as risk culture and communicating with the board. The course will be conducted in a friendly learning environment that will encourage discussion and debate.

Learning Outcomes:

Learn what risk appetite is, and how to dispel some common misconceptions

Understand the benefits associated with expressing and articulating your organisation's appetite for risk

How to select effective methods for expressing risk appetite within your organisation

Learn best practice in relation to establishing, maintaining and implementing an effective risk appetite framework.

Understand current regulatory requirements on risk appetite and other good practice standards that relate to the concept (e.g. COSO, IRM and the Institute of Operational Risk)

Relevant for the following job functions:

Risk Appetite, Operational Risk Framework, Operational Risk Manager, Operational Risk Analyst, Head of Operational Risk, Operational Risk Governance, Group Operational Risk, Operational Risk Strategy, Operational Risk Officer, Operational Risk Associate, Model Risk, Model Review, CEO, Director

From: May 13, 2014 08:30
To: May 14, 2014 17:00

The Kingsley Hotel, 36-37 Bloomsbury Way, WC1A 2SD, London, United Kingdom


Energy and Power, Management

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