Risk Managers See Reputation Damage as Top Threat
Well-known companies have a heightened awareness of the potential dangers that could hurt their brand and reputation.
Robust Risk Management May Lift Margins
Companies with the most developed and proactive approaches to risk management were more likely to have increasing profit margins, a PwC study found.
AIG Gets OK to Use Drones to Scan Disaster Areas
The property-casualty insurance giant had asked the FAA if it could use drones to conduct inspections for risk assessment and risk management.
8 Steps to Stronger Information Risk Management
How can CFOs balance the risk/reward equation to spark CEOs' interest in information risk management decisions?
Are Audit Committees Overworked?
The risk environment is clearly straining many audit committee agendas, finds a KPMG survey.
How Finance, Operations Set Up Key Risk Indicators at Con Ed
Identifying key risk indicators, however, was only the first step of Con Ed's risk management process.
Auditor Independence Is the CFO’s Responsibility, Too
Auditor independence violations can spawn significant costs, distract management and limit a company’s access to the capital markets
Regulators Ready to Clamp Down on Banks’ Faulty Risk Data
Big financial institutions are warned to step up their risk-assessment capabilities, or else.
Risk Management Costs Up Slightly
The latest findings of a survey that studies the cost of corporate risk management shows slow albeit steady growth.
How Captives Can Cut Supply-Chain, Cyber Insurance Costs
With premiums rising for cyber insurance and supply-chain coverage, CFOs and risk managers can curb the expense by self-insuring.
The Perils of Silos in Risk Management
In extreme cases, silos can become miniature ecosystems, each with its own risk culture and practices.