Enterprise risk management refers to a comprehensive, organization-wide approach to identifying, measuring and managing the various risks that threaten the achievement of the organization’s objectives. One purpose of ERM is to ascertain if and how each department contributes to, or is impacted by, a particular risk category. The treasury function is typically responsible for some of ERM’s subcategories, such as financial risk management. MORE.

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