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  • Risk intelligent governance: Lessons from state-of-the-art board practices
    To help boards meet rising expectations for improved governance and risk management, this paper takes a closer look at state-of-the-art board practices. These practices focus on six key areas: defining the board's risk oversight role; fostering a risk intelligent culture; approving the risk appetite; helping management incorporate risk intelligence into strategy; assessing the maturity of the risk governance process; and making sure the organization discloses the risk story to stakeholders
  • Risk Angles: Five questions on social business
    This issue of Risk Angles answers five questions on social business risk and takes a closer look at compliance-related risk.
  • Risk transformation
    Aligning risk and the pursuit of shareholder value.
  • The value killers revisited
    This study examines the drivers of major value losses from 2003 through 2012. The losses, while distinct, were often driven by similar underlying risk across five major themes.
  • Directors' Alert 2014
    The fifth edition of Directors' Alert focuses on governance topics such as innovation, technology, productivity, strategy, leadership, regulation, and diversity. Each article includes questions that board directors may ask to further explore these challenges, as well as additional resources, and input from Deloitte subject matter resources across the globe.
  • Risk Angles: Five questions on exercising risk oversight
    This edition of Risk Angles answers five questions on how boards of directors can sharpen their focus on risk and takes a closer look at global practices regarding board-level risk committees.
  • Risk Angles: Five questions on financial crime
    This issue of Risk Angles answers five questions on financial crime and takes a closer look at the use of Big Data to proactively address fraud risk.
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