Comparing the COSO ERM Framework with ISO 31000  
    In 2001, COSO published its ERM Framework, noting at the time that it was “increasingly clear that a need exists for a robust framework to effectively identify, assess, and manage risk.” Eight years later, the International Organization for Standardization published ISO 31000 to provide principles and generic guidelines on the implementation of risk management. In this podcast, Protiviti Managing Director Jim DeLoach details the similarities and key differences between these two global standards, and how to apply each. Jim is the global leader of Protiviti’s Thought Leadership and Professional Development programs, and a recognized expert in risk management. He has served on the COSO Advisory Board and contributed to the development of the ERM Framework.   ​  
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