Articulating Risk Appetite: Board Tips for Success

Inside Americas Boardrooms
Developing risk appetite is a layered process that calls to question how much risk-reward an organization can tolerate. With the potential to cover a large array of subjects, risk appetite statements can be approached from a variety of angles. But, which is the most effective?

In this episode, Darryl Newton, non-executive director for ING Bank, draws on his experience as a Chief Risk Officer to outline the elements and implications of risk appetite:

  • What are the top three keys to an effective board risk oversight program?
  • What framework best enables effective risk appetite?
  • What should be the core objective when articulating risk appetite?

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