The New Risk Era: Capturing the Whole Picture

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Over the years, enterprise risk management (ERM) has had its naysayers. But as the dust begins to settle on the financial crisis, it has become clear ERM must be woven into the DNA of banks going forward.

ERM, also known as firm-wide or integrated risk management, is an approach to risk management which allows banks to analyze current, evolving and potential risks across the whole firm. This analysis drives operational, risk management and strategic business decisions.

Capgemini can help you establish an effective ERM approach that aligns and integrates risk management governance, policies, systems and infrastructure on a firm-wide basis instead of taking the more traditional approach of managing risks only within individual business lines or functions.