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Looking at Trends in ERM

  • Stefan HunzikerEmail author
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Abstract

The preceding explanations describe a modern risk management approach (ERM). This approach is also evolving and must be aligned with the changing business environment. The following chapter describes which ERM trends are in focus and how they change the risk management function. With regard to the topic of digitization, a distinction is made between the risks of digitization and digital transformation and the opportunities that digitization offers for the risk management function. In addition to the topic of digitization, the development of the profile of the risk management professional is also described.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.RotkreuzSwitzerland

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