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  1. Dodd-Frank Act: Standardize Risk Management Processes with SAP BusinessObjects Risk Management 10.0

    Ensure that your enterprise’s risk management procedures comply with the Dodd-Frank Act’s requirements pertaining to the management of systemic risks by using SAP BusinessObjects Risk Management 10.0. It supports the five phases of risk management. Key Concept The Dodd-Frank Act was signed into law in July 2010 in response to the 2007 US financial crisis…....…

  2. A Guide to SAP’s Credit Risk Analyzer

    SAP’s Credit Risk Analyzer sub-module focuses on measuring, analyzing, and controlling counterparty risks. Learn how to use and configure it. Key Concept The Credit Risk Analyzer includes a risk control through limits and flexible limit management with online monitoring and reporting. This functionality allows corporate executives to set limit controls in their SAP systems, monitor…...…

  3. Increase the Success Rate of Your Strategies and Initiatives through an Enterprise Risk Management System

    Many risk managers complain about a lack of enterprise insight and alignment of risk management to the strategic objectives of their organization. With a rather manual and inconsistent approach based on emails and spreadsheets, they often fail to oversee the impact of risks to the strategic goals and whether appropriate risk responses were implemented to…...…

  4. Combine SAP Strategy Management and GRC Risk Management for Risk-Intelligent Strategic Execution

    Reading time: 22 mins

    In most organizations, strategic management and risk management are completely separate processes. As a result, it’s often difficult to track strategic goals over time while assessing the risks that might affect strategic initiatives. With an integrated approach to strategy and risk management, you can ensure that business owners are focusing on the right initiatives both…...…

  5. Reduce Costs for Compliance by Implementing a Risk-Based Internal Control Solution

    Costs for compliance and fraud prevention have risen significantly in recent years and with the current economic situation we’re likely to manage more regulations in the future, further driving costs up. Companies relish efficiency in the GRC space to garner the true benefits of compliance. One means of more efficient compliance is an integrated solution…...…

  6. Identify Your Key Business Risks in a Collaborative Process Involving All Stakeholders in Your Enterprise

    Learn about the second phase in the enterprise risk management (ERM) process, risk identification. The knowledge about your business risks is spread across your organization and lines of business. A collaborative approach is required to identify and document all risks threatening your enterprise involving many different stakeholders. Discover how SAP BusinessObjects Risk Management 3.0 provides…...…

  7. Prevent False Conflicts with Supplemental Rules in SAP Access Control

    SAP Access Control provides you with the option to create a supplementary rule. The rule gives additional information to prevent a false conflict in a segregation of duties (SoD) risk analysis report. Learn the steps you need to complete to enable the supplementary rule. Key Concept A supplementary rule for segregation of duties (SoD) risk…...…

  8. Q&A: GRC Explained: A New Way of Looking at Risk

    Reading time: 17 mins

    ManagementIs the real meaning and importance behind governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) a vague notion in your company? We talked to SAP’s own Norman Marks to get his views on the subject and hear his definition of GRC. Norman Marks is a vice president at SAP and an evangelist for GRC. Before he went to…...…

  9. Conduct a Workflow-Driven Risk Analysis Across Your Enterprise and Tune It to Your Business Needs

    Become acquainted with the third of the five-phase enterprise risk management (ERM) process: risk analysis. Step through the configuration to customize the risk analysis to your business needs. Learn how a risk analysis is initiated either directly by a responsible risk owner as a scheduled workflow task or by a key risk indicator (KRI) showing…...…

  10. Start Your Enterprise Risk Management Process with Diligent Risk Planning

    More and more, companies are recognizing the relevance of solid risk management to protect themselves from diverse threats and increase the success rate of their strategies and initiatives. The enterprise risk management (ERM) process can be divided into five phases: risk planning, risk identification, risk analysis, risk response allocation, and risk monitoring. Learn about how…...…