Risk Management: How to Structure Board Oversight

Inside Australia's Boardrooms

Risk management oversight is a core responsibility for corporate boards. This duty has grown more challenging every year with the introduction of cyber risk and now ESG and related social issues.

In this episode, Caron Sugars, Partner, Governance, Risk & Controls Advisory and Board Advisory Services, KPMG Australia, outlines best practices for structuring risk oversight at the board level.

  • How do most Australian boards structure their risk management oversight duties, particularly in regards to board committees?
  • Where are board issues like cyber or climate risk typically housed?
  • What advice does Sugars offer around crisis planning?

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