Risk Management Governancegreat. The idea is, do you want one process to take care of what's going to come around the pike this quarter ... very clearly. They have dual solid lines with primary reporting responsibility directly into the line ...
Description: Risk governance is an important part of any risk management process, yet the insurance industry has not implemented the procedures and controls as extensively as banking. This session looks at the elements of risk governance and discusses their importance to the risk management process. Specific emphasis is placed on risk management organizational structures and how different organizational structures may facilitate effective risk management processes. Insurance and banking practices are contrasted. From the Record of the Society of Actuaries 2005, Volume 31, No. 1: 2005 New Orleans Life Spring Meeting, May 22-24, 2005, Session 83 OF.Hide
- Authors: Craig R Raymond, Francis Sabatini, Kenneth Swenson
- Date: May 2005
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge>Actuarial theory in business context
- Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
- Topics: Enterprise Risk Management>Governance; Enterprise Risk Management>Risk measurement - ERM