Albany Club of Toronto Hosts Book Launch for Enterprise Risk Management

By: , Posted on: February 17, 2016

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On February 25, the Albany Club of Toronto will host a book launch of Enterprise Risk Management:  A Common Framework for the Entire Organization at its Author Series Luncheon.

The Honorable Peter MacKay will introduce the book followed by some words by the author, Philip Green. Mr. MacKay was a Member of Parliament from 1997 to 2015 and has served as Minister of Justice and Attorney General (2013–2015), Minister of National Defence (2007–2013), and Minister of Foreign Affairs (2006–2007) in the Cabinet of Canada

phil greenThe author, Philip Green, is an Albany Club member and CEO of First Resource Management Group Inc.  His book, Enterprise Risk Management: A Common Framework for the Entire Organization shows the many types of risks all businesses face.

It reviews various categories of risk, including financial, cyber, health, safety and environmental, brand, supply chain, political, and strategic risks and many others. It provides a common framework and terminology for managing these risks to build an effective enterprise risk management system.

The book includes chapters written by leading experts from global firms such as Deloitte, KPMG, Marsh, Hatch and by leading academics.

To attend the luncheon, please contact the Albany Club of Toronto at or (416) 364-5471.

For more information or to order a copy of Enterprise Risk Management: A Common Framework for the Entire Organization, please visit the Elsevier Store. The book is available at a 30% discount off the list price and free global shipping.

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