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Establishing a Risk Appetite Framework for Corporates

Establishing a Risk Appetite Framework for Corporates

Hans-Kristian Bryn

35 years: Strategic risk management and governance

An organisation's risk appetite is determined by its objectives, balance sheet strength, and the sorts of risks it faces, each company's risk appetite is distinct, and there is no one-size-fits-all solution. In this video, Hans explains how we can arrive at a risk appetite statement, how to use it to generate value, as well as the role of the Board in the process. 

An organisation's risk appetite is determined by its objectives, balance sheet strength, and the sorts of risks it faces, each company's risk appetite is distinct, and there is no one-size-fits-all solution. In this video, Hans explains how we can arrive at a risk appetite statement, how to use it to generate value, as well as the role of the Board in the process. 

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Establishing a Risk Appetite Framework for Corporates

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Risk appetite is both a management and governance tool that allows businesses to make risk-return trade-offs in a controlled and transparent manner. Despite this, in many organisations it is only seen as a risk limitation or risk reduction measure. However, a well-crafted risk appetite framework should also encourage risk taking if the risk appetite is underutilised or opportunities with the right risk-return balance are presented.

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  • Define risk appetite

  • Understand how we arrive at an agreed risk appetite statement

  • Understand how risk appetite can add value to the organisation

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Hans-Kristian Bryn is a strategic risk and governance advisor with over 20 years of partner level advisory experience. He is currently a senior advisor to Boards and ExCo's listed on the FTSE 100 & FTSE 250 on risk management and governance related matters. Prior to private advisory, Hans was a partner at firms such as Oliver Wyman and PwC and worked across a wide range of sectors.

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