Article by Peter Bonisch in
Financier, August 2016
view online here
Keynote speech to IRM Risk Leaders' conference 2015
Why boards don't get risk
(actually, often, they do)
Looking at what boards are being asked to do in relation to risk and why it will (and will not) improve the contribution of boards to firms' corporate strategic debate
Recent research on governance
Research on the 2014 changes to the FRC Code & risk guidance
The FRC's changes to the UK Corporate Governance Code and its related risk guidance are the most significant in fifteen years; the completely update the FRC's thinking on risk and change how corporate businesses are required to consider and disclose their risks.
Culture in Practice – research on organisational culture
Amidst invocations to 'manage culture' coming thick and fast in the wake of analyses of failure during the global financial crisis, the Culture in Practice initiative began in 2013. Its purpose was to understand more deeply and more usefully culture in organisations.
Our thinking from predecessor firms
Controlling systemic risk
A major review from 2010 of the data infrastructure required to control systemic risk.
Risk, culture & the lessons of LIBOR
Extensive official and corporate commentaries of the banking crisis and LIBOR scandal have failed to understand the nuances of corporate culture.
Data, investment & Solvency II
Solvency II is a clear example of rationalist regulation. However, few insurance firms have the data or analytic infrasructure in place to support it.
Taking care of business (or not)
Peter Bonisch, Mustafa Cavus & Colin Johnston, Risk & Compliance magazine, January 2014
There remains much unfinished business in relation to the financial crisis of 2008. We look at the unintended consequences of financial regulation and question what should come next.
An interview with Tim Leech and Peter Bonisch on current issues in internal audit, ACCA Internal Audit Bulletin online, April 2013
From where I sit
Peter Bonisch, Capita Registrar's magazine November 2011
Risk management has become focused defensively on reducing risk. But firms need to take more risk, which is the source of wealth creation.
Understanding and addressing the crisis in financial regulation
Peter Bonisch, CARR Risk & Regulation, Summer 2011
The financial crisis of 2008 exposed serious flaws in the assumptions of the economics on which financial regulation is based.
Submission to FRC on their April 2014 consultation paper
Proposed revisions to the UK Corporate Governance Code
Peter Bonisch, Dr Colin Johnston & Dr Mustafa Cavus
Proposing language to revise the provisions in the FRC's Corporate Governance Code in relation to risk management and internal control
Hard-hitting submission to FRC in response to their consultation paper
Risk Management, Internal Control & the Going-Concern Basis of Accounting
Peter Bonisch, Dr Colin Johnston, Dr Mustafa Cavus & Dr John Collins, February 2014
Submission to the Financial Stability Board on the consultation on the guidance paper on
Supervisory Interaction with Financial Institutions on Risk Culture
Peter Bonisch, Dr Colin Johnston & Dr Mustafa Cavus, February 2014
Feedback & comments to
COSO Internal Control Integrated Framework Public Exposure Draft
Peter Bonisch, 29 March 2012