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Insights from the global risk management survey, 10th edition

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Deloitte’s Global risk management survey, 10th edition assesses the industry’s risk management practices and the challenges it faces in this turbulent period. It includes responses from 77 financial services institutions around the world. This 10th edition survey assesses the industry’s risk management practices and the challenges it faces in this turbulent period. It includes responses from 77 financial services institutions around the world that conduct business in a range of financial sections and with aggregate assets of US$13.6 trillion. The survey findings are based on the responses of 77 financial institutions from around the world and across multiple financial services sectors, representing a total of $13.6 trillion in aggregate assets. In today’s financial services environment risk management is becoming more important than ever; financial institutions confront a variety of trends that have introduced greater uncertainty than ever before into the future direction of the business and regulatory environment. http://deloi.tt/2Dg1Zg0

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Insights from the global risk management survey, 10th edition

  1. 1. Insights from the Global Risk Management Survey, 10th Edition Heightened uncertainty signals new challenges ahead Evolution of risk management and the role of the CRO Over the 20 years that Deloitte has conducted its Global risk management survey series, regulatory requirements and expectations for risk management have broadened to cover a wider range of issues and also become more stringent. Risk management programs have become almost universally adopted, and many have expanded capabilities. Boards of directors are more involved in risk management and more institutions employ a senior-level CRO position. ​While many organizations continue to enhance their risk management practices worldwide, this year’s survey revealed that leaders are focused on the regulatory impact of recent geopolitical shifts and questioning what’s coming next. Key findings The rapidly changing environment suggests that risk management programs may need to increase their ability to anticipate and respond flexibly to new regulatory and business developments and to emerging risks, for example, by employing predictive analytics tools. Cyber Risk is the risk rated most likely to increase in importance over next two years Newer and less mature risk types are the most challenging to manage ERM programs have become prevalent In 2016, 73%of the institutions surveyed reported an ERM program in place up from 69% in 2014 and double of just 35% in 2006 CRO role has increased in seniority with more senior reporting structure In 2016, 75%of respondents said that the CRO reports to the CEO In 2016, 52%of respondents said the CRO directly reported to the Board of Directors up from 32% in 2002 up from 32% in 2002 Board Risk Committee use more widespread In 2016, 63%of the institutions surveyed up from 51% in 2014 and 43% in 2012 CRO position has become nearly universal In 2016, 92%of institutions surveyed had a CRO up from 65% in 2002 41% consider Cyber Risk amongst the top three risk types for the institution over the next two years Cyber attacks have increased by 50%1 in the second quarter of 2016 compared to the second quarter of 2015 Only 27%rated their institution effective in managing cyber-security risk from third party relationships Top issues in managing Cyber Risk cited as extremely or very challenging included: • Hiring or acquiring skilled talent (58%) • Getting actionable, real-time threat intelligence (57%) Cybersecurity Regulatory compliance Credit Strategic Operational 41% 36% 32% 32% 26% Risk types that respondents thought would most increase in importance in the next two years Risk systems and IT Spiraling costs of compliance 79% of respondents said that regulatory reform had resulted in an increased cost of compliance, of which 59% of respondents were extremely or very concerned about growing costs of doing business due to tighter standards or regulations 56% were concerned about growing costs of required documentation and evidence of program compliance Two issues frequently cited as extremely or very high in priority for risk management programs over the next two years concerned IT and data and included: 1. Enhancing risk information systems and technology infrastructure (cited by 78%) 2. Enhancing the quality, availability and timeliness of risk data (cited by 72%) of the respondents said that it is extremely or very challenging to define risk appetite for newer risk types such as reputational risk (49%), strategic risk (48%), model risk (48%), and cybersecurity risk (46%) Over 46% of the respondents rated their institution highly at managing model risk Only 40% Only 37% of the respondents rated their institution highly at managing third party risk of the respondents rated their institution highly at managing data integrity risk  Only 32% of the respondents rated their institution highly at managing geopolitical risk Only 28% 1. ThreatMetrix, Cybercrime report, Q2, 2016; Maria Korolov, “Banks get attacked four times more than other industries,” CSO, June 23, 2015 Edward Hida Partner | Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory Deloitte & Touche LLP +1 212 436 4854 | ehida@deloitte.com About Deloitte Deloitte refers to one or more of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, a UK private company limited by guarantee (“DTTL”), its network of member firms, and their related entities. DTTL and each of its member firms are legally separate and independent entities. DTTL (also referred to as “Deloitte Global”) does not provide services to clients. In the United States, Deloitte refers to one or more of the US member firms of DTTL, their related entities that operate using the “Deloitte” name in the United States and their respective affiliates. Certain services may not be available to attest clients under the rules and regulations of public accounting. Please see www.deloitte.com/about to learn more about our global network of member firms. Copyright © 2017 Deloitte Development LLC. All rights reserved. | DUPress.com

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