LED6 - Board Risk Committee Essentials

Course Description The Board Risk Committee (BRC) plays the primary role of supporting the board in ensuring the adequacy and effectiveness of risk management and internal control systems. As the BRC is not mandatory, the module examines the various governance structures by which boards can have oversight.

The rest of the module covers the duties of the BRC (or other such committee responsible) in relation to risk management and internal controls, the regulatory environment, and how it can obtain assurance for its disclosure. Key concepts of risk and risk management, including the risk universe, enterprise risk management (ERM) frameworks, and governance, risk and compliance (GRC) frameworks, are explained.  
Course Objectives
  1. Understand the key requirements for adequate and effective risk management and internal control systems.
  2. Highlight the key disclosure requirements related to risk management and sustainability reporting.
  3. Recognise the roles and functions of the board, board committees, management and assurance providers in relation to risk management and sustainability reporting.
Course Outline
  1. Board Structures for Risk Governance.
  2. BRC Composition and Agenda.
  3. Risk Universe.
  4. Risk Management and Internal Control Systems.
  5. Adequacy and Effectiveness.
  6. BRC Assurance and Disclosure.
  7. Sustainability Reporting.
  8. Panel Discussion and Wrap Up.
Level Essentials.
Target Audience
Aspiring, new and current directors, C-suite and senior management of listed companies.

Course Duration Half day (lunch provided).
Delivery Classroom lecture, discussion, case studies and Q&A.
Cost SID Member : $420 (excl. GST); $449.40 (incl. GST).
Non-SID Member : $580 (excl. GST); $620.60 (incl. GST).
CPD Hours 4 hours.

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