ALM Intelligence Consulting analyst, Naima Hoque Essing, had the opportunity to sit down with Brian Schwartz. Brian is PwC's Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC) Enablement Solutions leader.
ALM Intelligence: Having been involved in risk management for almost 30 years, you must have witnessed a great deal of change?
Schwartz: I have indeed witnessed a great deal of change over the years, but the one thing that has remained constant is the need for companies to adapt their risk management programs to continue to add value and remain relevant to their organizations. There's a continual need to clarify roles and responsibilities among the three lines of defense that make up the corporate risk management program, from front-line business unit ownership to second line oversight and third line internal audit responsibilities.
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