2020 Global risk study: Collaborative risk functions
PwC’s 2020 study surfaced a growing imperative for better collaboration between risk management, compliance, internal audit, and other risk functions. Read about the three actions organizations can take to provide more-comprehensive and more-predictive risk insights to help the organization protect and generate value. Read the study.
Join PwC and our panel of industry executives for this webcast when we share the findings from our annual Global Risk Study. The overwhelming theme emerging from the executive and board member interviews that we conducted was the need for risk functions (risk management, compliance and internal audit) to collaborate to produce more comprehensive risk visibility and greater understanding of risk inter-relationships. Our client panel discusses the actions and steps that risk functions should consider to identify more comprehensive and more-predictive risk insights through collaboration to help organizations enable and protect value.
Risk Assurance Partner and Principal Author, Global Risk Study
Managing Director, Global Head of Operational Risk
Risk Assurance Partner and Internal Audit, Compliance, and Risk Management Solutions Leader
Adda Grace Power, CISA
Senior Director, SOX and Internal Audit
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