Dear Assurance Professional,
In the ever-changing Middle East business environment,encountering risk is inevitable. The ability to manage these
increasingly signicant risks now represents the differencebetween a thriving organisation and one that is ounderingin a sea of losses due to improper risk management.
Many businesses in the region have realised that the
outcomes of both fortunate and unfortunate unexpectedevents can be preemptively molded into desired results. Toact on this realisation, though, requires extensive knowledgeof risk management tools and techniques. This is exactlywhat you will nd at
Strategic Risk Management.
It is important to understand that poorly informed orimproperly executed risk management can mean disasterof incredible proportions. Conversely, a well trained andcognizant risk management team will enable your companyto maintain and strengthen your edge over your competitors.
Moreover, studies have shown that nancial risk is onlythe ‘tip of the iceberg’, as nearly 80% of key risks are notinsurable. This critical 80% must be ‘insured’ internally witha capable risk management team.Risk management has been catapulted from being a usefultool to becoming the very pulse of the organisation and theyardstick by which its management is judged. The key is to
recognise that risk is not something that should be avoided
– a risk is often an opportunity in disguise.IIR’s
Strategic Risk Management
course has been
specially designed to provide you with all the skills and toolsyou need to become a successful risk manager. It will showyou how to identify and evaluate risks, as well as how to
Phil Grifths and I look forward to personally welcoming you
in June.Yours sincerely,Keith Parker
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