Enterprise Risk Management planning and implementation
Risk has never been a hotter topic than it is today. In light of recent uncertainty and turbulence no enterprise can count itself immune to the potential impact of unforeseen events. Investor and regulator demands are driving organisations throughout the world to implement Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) programmes for more effective risk management.
Moreover, management increasingly recognises that the ability to effectively manage, mitigate, and monitor risk is a source of competitive advantage.
We at Deloitte believe that an enterprise that treats risk management as an integral part of managing the enterprise’s strategy and operations, not as a separate and siloed process, will in the long term outperform those organisations that do not. We call such enterprises Risk Intelligent organisations. Our aim is to help our clients design and implement a risk intelligent, efficient and sustainable Enterprise Risk Management programme that effectively brings together risk management activities and embeds thoughtful consideration of risk in the organisations key decision-making processes.
ERM framework development
A well constructed risk framework provides a clear structure for your risk management programme. Successful companies choose a risk management framework that focuses not only on risk avoidance, but also on risk taking as means to value creation. We can help you develop yours in alignment with leading industry standards e.g. COSO, Turnbull and ISO.
ERM process development
Our team can support you in the design of an effective process for risk identification, assessment, risk response and monitoring. We will help you develop supporting tools and templates e.g. risk taxonomy, risk monitoring tools and risk reports as well as guidelines and instructions to enable employees fulfil their ERM responsibilities.
ERM software selection
We can assist you in all stages of selecting a new risk management software solution, from requirements analysis through to vendor assessment and selection.