52 Risks® is a unique, innovative framework designed to assist organizations identify, assess and manage their business risks. It proposes a common language and terminology for business risks in a consistent manner. The framework comprises 17 Strategic Risks, 16 Financial Risks and 19 Operational Risks. All potential business risks will map to one of these risk categories.Read More
In both normal times and uncertain times, policies and procedures seek to give all employees support in the carriage of business activities. The current COVID-19/coronavirus social and economic crisis is, however, putting to the test existing, proven and robust policies and procures in all organisationsRead More
Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) within organizations continues to be work in progress. More and more organizations are embedding tools and risk management techniques each year.Read More
A little-known concept prior to the financial meltdown that consumed the global financial system in 2008 was stress testing. Stress testing for banks and financial institutions was in its infancy prior to the Global Financial Crisis.Read More
52 Risks® framework brings together in one framework the key strategic, financial and operational risk categories that face all businesses.
There are many different ways in which businesses can use the 52 Risks® framework. This can be in workshops, strategic planning sessions or management meetings.
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