Operational and enterprise risks present two very different types of threat to a business. Enterprise risks are high-level, strategic issues, which are often managed by dedicated Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) teams. Operational risks are much more granular and low level, and managed locally.
By managing these two types of risks in separate silos, a consistent approach to risk management is not possible. This often results in risks (of either type) not being addressed fully, which has potentially damaging consequences on businesses.
In this guide, we'll highlight the challenges that need to be overcome to deploy a truly integrated approach to risk management, and how the gap can be bridged between your operational and enterprise risks.
Specifically, we explore:
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