Board Risk Oversight: What Are Regulators Saying?

Radiocasts | April 9, 2013 by Bonnie D. Graham

Business risk is a fact of life. Does the specter of product liability, cyber and physical security, fraud, theft, regulatory failure, breakdowns, and low revenues keep you awake at night? The experts speak.

Paul Albert, Albert Investments: “A wise, battle-hardened senior investment banker told me: ‘We’re in the business of taking risks with the objective of creating value for our shareholders while serving our clients’ interests, so I don’t mind taking risks. But when I take risks I want to understand what they are, why I am taking them, and how to reduce them or to get out of them.’”

Nola Masterson, Science Futures Management Company: “Behold the turtle. He makes progress only when he sticks his neck out.” (James B. Conant)

Brian Barnier, ValueBridge Advisors: “What do a winning basketball team and a company with consistently higher returns have in common? The ability to ask ‘What if?’ more insightfully than their opponents.”

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