Creating value through enterprise risk management

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By Vikas Shah, Mark Stephens, Olivia Wang | 22 August 2014

For a growing number of forward-thinking companies, ERM is not only about protecting firms from harm, but creating measurable value that can strengthen their position in the market. Recent studies have found that companies implementing robust ERM programs enjoy advantages in firm value, share price, and stock price volatility.

The Milliman Risk Institute partnered with Oxford Economics to create the 2014 enterprise risk management (ERM) survey of North American risk executives. We received responses from 125 risk executives across a variety of industries. We present the results of that survey, which sought to enhance our understanding of how ERM activities translate into business value and how risk activities support and enhance returns in addition to supporting any regulatory or rating agency requirements.

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