C3: The FRC Corporate Governance Code (Risk Appetite, Culture and Behaviours)
The UK Corporate Governance Code sets out an expectation that companies will:
- “determine the nature and extent of principal risks they are willing to take in achieving their strategic objectives” (2014 guidance defines this as determining its risk appetite) and;
- “will maintain sound risk management and internal control systems” (2014 guidance defines these systems to include culture and behaviours)
Since the FRC Risk Management Guidance in September 2014, UK listed companies have been striving to meet these expectations in the most effective manner.
With a panel of experienced practitioners, sharing their insights from working with large, global clients and their Boards, Willis Towers Watson will hold an open discussion. They will share their perspectives and stimulate the debate in how companies can best meet these challenging expectations
This workshop is aimed at risk managers of listed companies, as well as those interested in learning more about how to influence people risk and risk culture.
Presented by Willis Towers Watson.