Earlier, I reviewed the RIMS report titled: 2008 Financial Crisis: A Wake-up Call for Enterprise Risk Management. Here are are few more highlights.
The report includes a list of the suite of skills needed by individuals needed to drive a risk program, on page 8. I like this model because it supports my assertion that ERM is not audit and ERM should not be owned by auditors since most (generalization) career auditors lack the breadth of skills displayed here.
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