inflation risk

Inflation Risk: High Interest Rates, Possible Stagflation – Is Your Risk Plan Ready?

by Joe Prochaska, Board Member, The Santa Fe Group | July 4, 2022 | Business Continuity, Corporate Culture, Incident Reponse

Paying more at the gas pump? Are those groceries costing you more than even a few weeks ago? Are the raw materials your company relies upon costing more? Are you debating or actually raising your prices to your customers? Are your stakeholders nervous? An Unsettled Economy This is clearly an uns ....

Whats Procurements Role in ESG

What’s Procurement’s Role in ESG?

by Mark Rudio | April 14, 2022 | Corporate Culture, Third Party Risk Management

During the 1990s, Procurement professionals were at the heart of strategic sourcing initiatives, focusing on reducing costs, enhancing quality, expanding services, and founding organizations like the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals and the Sourcing Industry Group. Composed of ....

Climate Metrics

What’s New in Climate Metrics and Reporting Requirements

by Gary Roboff, Senior Advisor | February 1, 2022 | Corporate Reporting

As we head into 2022, a spate of fourth-quarter announcements have given us a good window in terms of what to expect in the new year and beyond for climate metrics and reporting requirements. Three points in particular are important to highlight for third party risk management: Newly updated ....


An ESG Gift List for 2022

by Eric Krell | December 20, 2021 | Corporate Culture

All risk managers want for Christmas from the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) metrics they work with is standardization. And accuracy. A single repository of shared ESG data also would be nice. While we’re at it, regulatory clarity and harmonization between Generally Accepted Accountin ....

How Risk Managers can Develop ESG Fluency 2

ESG Data: The Long Road Towards Standardization

by Eric Krell | November 17, 2021 | Corporate Culture

According to a poll taken during Shared Assessments’ ESG Risk: What TPRM Needs to Know webinar on Sept. 15, 36% of attendees reported that their organization did not have a formal environmental, social and governance (ESG) program in place. While that figure has more than likely declined since mid ....

Could TPRM Have Kept Blood Off The Boards Hands

Theranos Trial: Could TPRM Have Kept Blood Off The Board’s Hands?

by Sabine Zimmer | September 23, 2021 | Board of Directors, Corporate Culture

Our collective ears at Shared Assessments perk up when “third party” is mentioned as evidence in a court room. A high-profile jury trial is unfolding in San Jose, California, and testimony has pointed to the use of third parties in concealing the fraud. Theranos, a failed Silicon Valley blo ....

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