Christopher Bennett

Governance and behaviours

‘Achieving good corporate governance undoubtedly requires an appropriate regulatory and legal framework and a sound knowledge of it. However, as long as organisations are run by human beings, those in positions of influence in organisations and those responsible for regulations will need to have a good understanding of behaviour and the factors that impact it.’

Ghislain Giroux Dufort and Denis Lavoie

Risk oversight

‘... by requesting that risks be filtered and prioritised strategically, assessed and drilled down factually and rigorously to their true meaningful sources, and monitored at the source through risk appetite statements established on objective and measurable leading key risk indicators, directors can rest assured that they add value and enhance performance by focusing the board’s attention on the right risks and the right trends.’