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A practical approach to risk appetite and tolerance

When: 29 October 2013
07:00 AM
Where: Belmont Square Conference Centre
Belmont Road
Cape Town, Western Cape  7700
South Africa
Contact: Bronwyn Blyth

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A practical approach to Risk Appetite and Tolerance   

Eskom’s approach to risk appetite and tolerance may not be flawless, however it is practical, tangible, understood, and applied. 
In the absence of a definitive risk appetite statement, multiple views will exist.  
A definitive risk appetite and tolerance will help in creating a framework for better decision making, reducing surprises and facilitating better achievement of objectives, whilst respecting stakeholders views. Understanding both appetite and tolerance levels with sufficient granularity will enable improved management of risks, quality of inputs into resilience processes and significant progress on the journey to becoming a risk intelligent and resilient organisation.


About the Speaker:

Christopher Palm holds a BCom in Accounting, Economics and Management Accounting, BCom (Hons) in Management Accounting and Business Economics; and is working on an MCom in Business Management.  He has spent 22 years at Eskom, with 16 of those in internal audit and forensic investigations, and is currently the Senior Manager: Group Integrated Risk.  Christopher and his team were responsible for establishing the new Eskom Integrated Risk Management Framework which attracted accolades from industry peers, management and IRMSA alike.

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