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Kirsty Leece

Kirsty Leece is a Director in Willis Towers Watson's Insurance Consulting and Technology segment. She specializes in risk advice, having worked on a wide variety of ERM activities, including developing risk frameworks, risk appetite statements, risk governance and policies and risk management information; supporting embedding and board training; completing second-line reviews and developing regulatory risk reporting (e.g. ORSA/ SFCR). She has also written a number of articles on risk and presented at external events.

Changing risk management for the changing global environment

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The strategic CRO needs to be at the forefront of understanding a rapidly changing environment to assess risks in an informed way and advocate for new opportunities. Continue reading →

Changing the face of the risk function….

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When some risk management teams are asked to weigh in on a business decision, they boil the question down to a matter of accept or reject. But in limiting their answers to a binary choice they’re missing a trick. Continue reading →

Using the ERM framework to support capital management

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The strategic CRO can champion the idea that risk and capital are two sides of the same coin. Traditionally the risk and capital teams have often worked independently, but supporting one another enhances strategic, capital management and risk management decisions. Continue reading →