This CPE course is included in the 50+ hours of CGMA Strategic Management Accounting . It can also be purchased individually or as a part of Governance and Risk Management This CPE course defines and categorizes the many types of risks facing a business. Risks are considered events that affect the achievement of an organizations overall objectives, which should be reflected in its strategic aims. The course examines CIMAs risk management cycle, and the more commonly-used risk categories such as political, legal and regulatory risks, business risks, financial risks, and international operations risks. Each of these categories have several subcategories which are also covered. Topics Discussed: Upside and downside risks arising from internal and external sources and from different managerial decisions. Risks arising from international operations, such as cultural differences and differences between legal systems. Strategic and operational risks. Reputational risks associated with social and environmental impacts.
Identify the types of risk facing an organization Recall the steps in the risk management cycle
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