KPMG: Developing a strong risk appetite program - Challenges and solutions

Creating a robust risk management program, and integrating it with broader corporate strategy, is a critical challenge for banks. An explicit and effective risk appetite statement is an increasingly important element of this process.

The ICAAP process – the internal capital adequacy assessment mandated by the Basel Accords – has been familiar for some years, and an explicit determination of risk appetite is one of the key foundations for this. However, with the aim of improving risk

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