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The Executive Guide to Enterprise Risk Management

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Christopher Chappell
    Pages 1-2
  3. Christopher Chappell
    Pages 3-6
  4. Christopher Chappell
    Pages 7-25
  5. Christopher Chappell
    Pages 26-71
  6. Christopher Chappell
    Pages 72-82
  7. Christopher Chappell
    Pages 91-113
  8. Christopher Chappell
    Pages 114-119
  9. Christopher Chappell
    Pages 120-151
  10. Christopher Chappell
    Pages 152-160
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 161-186

About this book


An executive level guide to implementing or extending an enterprise risk management (ERM) framework in an organization. Avoiding complex modeling topics, and unnecessary theory, this book cuts to the heart of the topic, describing what ERM is, why it is important, what constitutes ERM and how it can be implemented to add value to an organization.


business business strategy management organization risk management strategy

About the authors

Christopher Chappell is a London-based actuary and risk management consultant, with over 20 years' service in the financial services industry. He has significant experience in risk management through responsibilities as a Group Chief Actuary and Chief Risk Officer, diversifying and stabilising revenue streams and repeatedly delivering significant balance sheet enhancement through risk-reward optimisation work. He has worked with Boards to design and embed enterprise risk management frameworks that provide strategic value, insight and solutions for the business. He is a Fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (FIA), Chartered Enterprise Risk Analyst (CERA) and holds an MA, with triple honours, in economics, management science and metallurgy and the science of materials.

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