Capacity Management: Are resources and capacity adequate to fulfil accountability obligations?

Risk capacity — the maximum level of risk a financial institution can assume, given its resources (before breaching capital and liquidity needs), and the operational environment (e.g, infrastructure and risk management expertise) and obligations to stakeholders, decisions, the matching of authority (flexibility) and accountability, and the capacity and willingness to Read more…

Project Risk Management: What are the possible approaches for measuring the project management effectiveness?

And helps improve management decision making and worker performance through every phase of a project, a comprehensive approach to managing projects, which is integrated across the organization and is appropriate for the level of project risk and complexity, will enhance the likelihood of realizing project outcomes. Above all, risk reassessment Read more…

alternative risk transfer: What skills, expertise, and knowledge are needed to exploit the vulnerabilities in the system?

Alternative risk transfer mechanisms could be developed through other parts of financial sector, e.g, as to the cost factor, the costs of the risk-transfer regime are hugely underestimated, especially at the system-wide level. In comparison to, rollover policies became time and distance policies, developing into finite risk covers and now Read more…