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One of the most difficult tasks for insurers in establishing an effective enterprise risk management (ERM) program is embedding ERM principles and practices throughout the organization. As challenging as it may be for chief risk officers and risk committees to master the key concepts and strategies of ERM, it can be even more difficult to explain them to “novice” business people in the rest of the organization.

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