This is the first is a series of articles on human risk.
What is human risk? Do you believe that the management of human risk is important? How important is human risk to your particular organisation? Do you believe that your organisation is doing enough to manage human risk? Is the management of human risk the responsibility of HR or is it more important than that? Continue reading
Posted in Banking, Business, People
Tagged banking, Banks, Business, Controls, Credit Risk, HR, human risk, Market Risk, Operational Risk, Organisation, People Risk, Risk Management, Risk Mitigation
The following is the fifth in a series of articles on bank risk culture. The previous articles can be accessed here or by clicking the HOME tab on the blog.
No discussion of risk and culture is complete without examining the role of leadership in defining both. This week’s article will demonstrate that poor leadership is the single biggest source of risk to an institution. It is also a source of risk which no amount of risk management or focus on risk culture can overcome. Continue reading
Posted in Banking, Business
Tagged bank, CEO, corporate governance, Culture, Financial Crisis, Internal Controls, IT, Leadership, Logistics, Management, Operational Risk, Risk, Risk Management, Subprime