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Risk Metrics

Making sense of deploying and using great risk metrics

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"If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage / improve it." This quote from Peter Drucker is as relevant for Risk Management as it is for General Management. The issue we face is that much of Operational Risk is difficult to measure and subjective judgement abounds.

This webinar focuses on how we can use metrics to get a better, more objective “measure” of risk which also allows us to achieve a more frequent “real time” view of risk. In this webinar you will learn:


  • Why are risk metrics important and what value do they bring?


  • What Risk Metrics are
  • Types of metrics (Key Risk Indicators, Key Control Indicators, Key Performance Indicators)
  • Identifying powerful metrics
    ( Leading, Lagging, Weak, Strong)
  • Visualisation of metrics in Protecht.ERM


  • How metrics are captured and settling scales and linking to risk appetite
  • Maintenance of metrics as well as Reporting of Metrics
  • Using the metrics 


  • Who owns, is responsible for and should receive the metrics

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Your Presenters

David Bergmark, Chief Executive Officer

David Bergmark
Chief Executive Officer, Protecht
David Bergmark consults on a variety of market and enterprise risk management issues and is actively involved in product development, and working with Protecht clients to get a better understanding of how effective risk management can lead to better decision making and increased performance.
David Tattam, Director Research and Training

David Tattam
Director, Research and Training, Protecht
David Tattam is the  author of "A Short Guide to Operational Risk" and is recognised internationally as a specialist in all facets of risk management and in particular, enterprise risk management. Prior to founding Protecht in 1999, he held roles as the Head of Operations and Risk Management at two international banks, WestLB and The Industrial Bank of Japan.