At our Tea Talk session on 12th September, IERP® faculty member Zaffarin Zanal gave a featured talk on Creating Value out of ERM. Zaff started off by stating that—to strong murmurs of agreement across the room of risk practitioners—implementing ERM is hard. The typical difficulty with implementing ERM is that while risk professionals understand the value for ERM, the top management (as well as the rest of the organization) might not readily see its value. Zaff noted that when something has perceived value, psychologically there is a ‘pull factor’ to it. It doesn’t require much forceful selling (the ‘push factor’). Read more
In Malaysia, the Statement on Risk Management and Internal Control (SORMIC) is a requirement from the Securities Commission, in accordance with the Malaysian Code of Corporate Governance (MCCG) 2017. On 14th September 2018, a Tea Talk was held at the IERP® International Secretariat, featuring a presentation crafting an effective and practical SORMIC – by Mr. Ramesh Pillai, Group Managing Director of Friday Concepts Risk Consulting. Read more
On May 4, over 20 professionals from across industries attended a Tea Talk session at the IERP® International Secretariat. Our keynote speaker for this session was Mr. Ramesh Pillai, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the IERP® and Group Managing Director of Friday Concepts, an ERM, GRC, and BCM boutique consultancy. Speaking on distinguishing between Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and Operational Risk Management (ORM) approaches, he aimed to dispel common misconceptions of the two related but different approaches.