Bionic Turtle’s Week in Risk (ending July 22nd)

Welcome to our Week in Risk blog! We’ve posted four new videos to our YouTube channel since our last blog, and we also have new practice questions to share with you! David has also chosen some great discussions from our FRM forum!

New Practice Questions


New YouTube

In the forum


Number of pairings


unemployment u.s.

Enterprise GRP Platform


digital banking


  • What GE’s Board Could Have Done Differently 1. The board was too big (18 directors but the average US company board is 11 members). The board had no finance committee (“As I have explained elsewhere, a finance committee is critical for a board in complex public companies like GE, which are involved in a broad range of retirement plans, stock buybacks, and large acquisitions. Since the Sarbanes–Oxley Act in 2002, audit committees do not have enough time to carry out their prescribed list of detailed duties as well as to deal effectively with these broader issues of capital allocation.“).      3. The board’s audit committee wasn’t paying attention.
  • New YouTube Channel: Office Hours, the channel for GRC pros (website at )

Climate etc.




  • [SSRN] The Insurance Business in Transition to the Cyber-Physical Market: Communication, Coordination and Harmonization of Cyber Risk Coverages
  • [SSRN] Understanding Cyber-Risk and Cyber-Insurance




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