Risk Management Standards 

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Wednesday, 14 November 2012

FERMA Risk Management Benchmarking Survey 2012 6th Edition

Thursday, 15 October 2015

The Risk Management Standard sets out a strategic process, starting with an organisation’s overall objectives and aspirations, through to the identification, evaluation and mitigation of risk, including the transfer of some of that risk by insurance or contract to insurers and third parties. It intends to serve risk managers and to encourage international consensus on what is best practice.

The Standard was developed in 2002 by IRM in collaboration with AIRMIC and ALARM.

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Thursday, 15 October 2015
Thursday, 07 April 2011

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Thursday, 17 November 2011

2nd European Risk Conference

Università Bocconi

September

11th & 12th, 2008

 

As every risk management system must reflect the specific circumstances of an organization, a uniform approach can never be adequate. Nevertheless, risk management standards can provide useful support for designing and implementing a comprehensive and consistent risk management system. After a short description of two standards - the "COSO Enterprise Risk Management - Integrated Framework" (COSO ERM) as well as the "ISO/DIS 31000 - Risk management: Principles and guidelines on implementation" - these frameworks are compared regarding the criteria "completeness", "generic breadth", "usability", "integration" and "external assessment". It is shown, that both standards fulfill these requirements to a high degree, with the ISO 31000 being more generic and flexible while the COSO ERM provides more practical guidance. As a conclusion, it can be expected that the already well-established COSO ERM and the emerging ISO 31000 will play a predominant role in the future.

Friday, 27 January 2012

Risk Management: What Boards Should Expect from CFOs

Wednesday, 09 December 2009

IRM Standard Spanish

Wednesday, 06 April 2011

This report is intended to provide the user with a view of six widely used risk management standards, guidelines and self-described "best practices" to help identify common elements in each. We have utilized the attributes from the RIMS Risk Maturity Model for Enterprise Risk Management (RIMS RMM) as the basis for evaluating the common elements and to differentiate among the various documents.

Wednesday, 09 December 2009

IRM Standard Polish

Wednesday, 09 December 2009

IRM Standard Portuguese