Your organisation’s risk appetite determines how much risk your organisation takes on and accepts. As public sector organisations, we need to define our risk appetite in accordance with the mandatory requirements of the Victorian Government Risk Management Framework.
Defining your risk appetite and sharing your risk appetite statement with decision makers across the organisation, sends a clear signal and aligned approach to decision makers about how much risk they may take, and create, in carrying out the functions and activities of the organisation.
This session will explore key concepts and the value of defining your risk appetite, with advice on how to articulate risk appetite statements.
By the end of this workshop, you’ll be able to:
- explore the concepts and value of risk appetite
- explore different strategies to define risk appetite
- advise on how to articulate a risk appetite statement.
This session is designed for Victorian Government and community services organisations. This workshop is also relevant to non-risk professionals and is suited to managers and leaders who require a fundamental understanding of risk appetite.
This event will be hosted on Zoom. Clicking the registration button will redirect you to an external website to sign up. Once you've successfully registered, you'll receive a confirmation email. Make sure you add the event to your calendar.
Teresa Riccio-Goodwin, Client Learning Facilitator
I’ve spent my professional career working within various facets of risk management and internal audit. I am a globally qualified internal auditor, and furthering my studies in Risk Management with the Risk Management Institute of Australasia. I enjoy working within risk management and internal controls, this is translated into my friendly approach to tasks and working collaboratively with people to add value to the risk and audit function.
If you have any questions or need some assistance, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org - we look forward to connecting with you.
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