Corporate Risk Appetite: How to Specify It and Apply It Consistently
Many organizations squander their attractive — but risky — opportunities, because they can't judge risks. A well-specified risk appetite can replace confusion, inconsistency, and personal risk aversion and provide a universal yardstick for adjusting value for risk. Then organizations can take the right risks — and do so consistently.
The methods are clear from decision theory. This webinar, hosted by the Stanford Center for Professional Development and featuring leading ERM practitioners, demonstrates how to make these methods practical.
Dr. Carl Spetzler, a leader in the field of decision analysis, has decades of experience in developing quantified metrics for corporate risk appetite. Also featuring Robert Stibolt, a former CRO and expert in valuation and risk analysis in the energy industry, and John Celona, author, lecturer, and consultant in ERM.