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A huge problem with risk appetite and risk levels

COSO’s ERM Framework defines risk appetite in a way that many have adopted:

“Risk appetite is the amount of risk, on a broad level, an organization is willing to accept in pursuit of value.

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The COSO Framework

is truly a work of genius. Never has so much common sense been so thoroughly delineated into utter banality.


Sea progre, use palabras carismáticas.

Socotroco y chicotazo son de las mejores palabras del idioma español y aquel que no lo sienta así es un caído del catre. Implican algo contundente, fuerte, agresivo pero carismático, son casi poesía en sí mismas. 272 more words


Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance – Are you taking advantage of all that policyIQ has to offer?

Public companies managing their Sarbanes-Oxley compliance program make up the largest section of our policyIQ client base.  Over the past few years, we have added a number of new features and pricing options that make it easier than ever to utilize policyIQ for everything from scoping and planning to issue reporting and communications. 622 more words


The Three Biggest A&A Challenges This Year

By Guest Blogger, Dr. Ray Thompson, CMA, CFM, CBA | Emeritus Associate Professor | University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown

As course author and presenter, I’d love to tell you to expect little change over the coming year, but I’m afraid we are facing even more change, disruption, and uncertainty. 457 more words