PSO 31: When Do Companies Need a Board-Level Risk Management Committee?

By Ivan Choi, with foreword by Bob Tricker.

PSO_31Private Sector Opinion 31: The financial crisis and its rippling effects on the wider corporate sector have prompted companies to rethink how they govern and manage risk. This paper discusses the board’s role in the governance of risk and the benefits of establishing a separate board-level risk-management committee – a need that applies to financial and non-financial institutions, as well as large and small companies.

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