ERM for the Boardroom: How to Report in a Way They’ll Understand
Many risk professionals can find it challenging to report the results of their enterprise risk management program to the board. In this session, learn how to speak to the different personality types around that ERM table in ways that bolster confidence in risk management leadership and program results. Success in the reporting has less to do with which report is chosen to present and more to do with better understanding the audience and how they consume data.
Who Should Attend: Chief Risk Officer, Compliance Officer, Credit Administration
- Recognize the common myths around ERM reporting, and how to overcome them
- Understand how to structure reporting based on who the recipients are and how they consume data
- Leave with a checklist for effective presentation of ERM results
Senior Manager of Professional Services
WolfPAC Solutions Group
Randy Marsicano oversees all enterprise risk management advisory services and WolfPAC® module implementations. Beginning his career at a community bank, and ultimately directing information technology departments for two banks, Randy developed an understanding of banking technology and operations from the ground up. He has also overseen project management and sales support for a worldwide Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) software provider.
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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