Risk Management, Corporate Governance and Strategic Alignment: A Case Study

Marcelo Oleskovicz, Fábio Lotti Oliva, Marcelo Caldeira Pedroso


This study aims to analyze the corporate risk management process within a private pension organization. Specifically, it seeks to identify the relationships between corporate risk management, corporate governance and strategic management in this organization, which is one of the largest private pension companies in Brazil. The research is exploratory in nature and the method adopted is an in-depth single case study. An efficiency improvement in the management of risks was evidenced by an integrated vision, in the form of a risk portfolio, supported by a structured and continuous process, solidly embedded in the context of its corporate governance. Currently, this organization is seeking to connect strategic risks to strategy analysis and formulation in order to explore the positive side of risks, in the form of strategic opportunities. As a conclusion corporate governance and strategic management have become inseparable elements of corporate risk management in the company studied.



Strategy. Corporate Risk Management. Corporate Governance. Strategic Management. Private Pension.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5585/riae.v17i2.2513


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