Executive Education Session Next Week: ERM for Nonfinancial Institutions

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In an environment of continuing economic uncertainty, attention to risk at the Enterprise Level is important. On May 23, 2017, The Risk Institute at The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business will be presenting, as part of its Executive Education series, the topic “Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) for Nonfinancial Institutions”.

Whether you are just getting started with ERM, or trying to manage the myriad of economic and business disruptions, or want to learn how you may improve your current process, this session is for you. The political and economic spheres have ushered in disruptions across the business environment landscape. There is no better time than the present to develop or enhance an enterprise risk management process.

The session will raise conversation with regard to the Enterprise Risk Management processes, but will also look at risk mitigants that businesses can take.  Our session will bring together thought leadership from academia, consulting and corporations to discuss the latest ideas and trends within ERM.

Session leaders, Professor Bernadette Minton, Chair, Fisher College of Business Department of Finance, The Ohio State University; Tammy Izzo, EY Central Region Government and Public Services Leader; Nick Kaufman, Director of Risk Management, Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio and; Ray Roshek, Director of Risk Management and Employee Benefits, Lancaster Colony Corporation will collaborate to provide insight into:

  • ERM and the Current Environment
  • Targeted Risk Management for the Current Political Climate
  • Leveraging Risks and Values
  • Investing in ERM: Motivating your Company

The session will emphasize how to proactively use risk management to balance the risks related to Enterprise Risk Management in order to meet business goals and enhance business performance.

The session will provide thought provoking ideas and advance The Risk Institute’s unique role in uniting industry thought leaders, academics and highly respected practitioners in an ongoing dialog to advance the understanding and evolution of risk management. The Risk Institute’s conversation about risk management is open and collaborative with its relevance across all industries and its potential for competitiveness and growth.

 

 

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