For a qualified risk manager to succeed in a practical setting, every key risk area must be understood in-depth. Both market risk management and social risk management play critically important roles in a wider ERM framework. While the significance of each risk area will always differ from one business to the next, none can be overlooked or ignored. As many risk areas exist outside the control of the business, anticipating and planning for their occurrence is key. From interest rates to equity prices to shifting demographics and so on, there are many risks the business cannot influence directly. Risk management focuses on the identification, classification, prioritisation and management of every potential threat to the business – market and social risk included.
This advanced tutorial is ideal for business owners, senior management and anyone working in a risk management setting. Explore the benefits of social risk management, along with effective strategies for managing social risk and management systems for social performance. Study market risk definition, market structure, interrelationships within markets, market development, identifying and forecasting exposure, strategies for managing market risks and the most important risk management objectives..
No prior knowledge is required to take this unit.
|Course at QLS|
|Course Duration||10 Hours|
|Start Date||on going|