AORM | L2: Risk Appetite Statements and Tolerance Limits

AORM | L2: Risk Appetite Statements and Tolerance Limits
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About this Training

Presented By: Dr. Ariane Chapelle
Delivery: Virtual Training
Date: Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Total Lesson Length: 60 minutes + optional reading and assignments


Lesson 2: Risk Appetite Statements and Tolerance Limits
Risk appetite is the foundation of any consistent framework. This Lesson reviews the best practices for structuring, cascading and communicating risk appetite statements. Based on years of practical experience, this Lesson presents cases, examples and suggestions to define sound risk appetite statements in firms.

Lesson 2.1: Risk Appetite Structure
• Definition of risk appetite
• Benefits of risk-taking
• The risk appetite funnel: risk appetite beyond tolerance for losses
• Communicating risk appetite
• Risk appetite and tolerance statements

Lesson 2.2: Risk Appetite & Framework consistency
• Structure of actionable risk appetite statements
• Risks to choose, to balance and to avoid
• Consistency with other Lessons of the framework
• Risk appetite and P/I matrix and scales

Lesson 2.3: Risk Appetite and reality checks
• In practice: bottom-up vs. top-down risk appetite definitions
• Risk appetite and reality checks
• Reputation risk appetite
• Decision-making and risk
• Excessive risk-taking

Who Should Attend

Heads of Operational Risk, Enterprise Risk Managers, Operational Risk Managers, Internal Auditors, Compliance officers, Consultants, Regulators, Team members who have taken one of our ORM courses and/or passed the ORM exam and are looking for advanced level training. 
 

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Topics in The Full Series

Lesson 1, April 23 Framework and Taxonomy for Operational Risk
Lesson 2, April 30
Risk Appetite Statements and Tolerance Limits
Lesson 3, May 7
A Modern Representation of Risk & Control Self Assessments (RCSA)
Lesson 4, May 14 Scenario Analysis: Simple Method for Quantifying Rare Events
Lesson 5, May 21 Six Steps to Define and Design Preventive KRIs
Lesson 6, May 28 Operational Risk Management for Projects
Lesson 7, June 4 Information Security Assessment and Essentials of Cyber Protection
Lesson 8, June 11 Conduct and Culture: Measurement and Management

 
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About Our Expert

ARIANE CHAPELLE, PhD, is Associate Professor (Honorary Reader) at University College London for the course 'Operational Risk Measurement for Financial Institutions’ and is a Fellow of the Institute of Operational Risk and a trainer for the Professional Risk Managers' International Association (PRMIA), for whom she designed the Certificate of Learning and Practice in Advanced Operational Risk Management.  She is a former holder of the Chair of International Finance at the University of Brussels. She has been active in operational risk management since 2000 and is a former head of operational risk management at ING Group and Lloyds Banking Group. Dr. Chapelle runs her own training and consulting practice in risk management. Her clients include Tier 1 financial organisations and international financial institutions. Her new textbook “Operational Risk Management: best practices in the financial services industry”, published by Wiley in December 2018 is already a best seller, ranking up to #3 on Amazon UK and up to # 1 in Amazon.com new releases of financial risk management books.


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When
4/30/2019
Where
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