The Qualified Risk Director® is a professional designation conferred by the DCRO Institute. It recognizes the distinguished ability to link corporate strategy to the positive governance of risk-taking. Permission to use the designation is granted to experienced senior executives and board members from diverse industries, experiences, and geographies who have completed a comprehensive evaluation process.
We evaluate applicants across their business experience, risk management and risk governance acumen, their demonstrated personal leadership, and their educational background. Candidates must have breadth and depth across all four to use the designation. Continue reading below to learn more.
How do I become a Qualified Risk Director®?
What are the benefits of becoming a Qualified Risk Director
Any board governing in a complex business environment needs Qualified Risk Directors® to ably fulfill the Duty of Care around risk governance. Risk, volatility, uncertainty, and opportunity are not in retreat. Rather, the speed of innovation and change is rapidly accelerating. Investors, partners, regulators, and boards are demanding skills in risk governance. By attaining permission to use the Qualified Risk Director® designation, you open your board career path even wider, enhance your ability to work with existing board members, and open even greater opportunities to expand your influence. Take the Qualified Risk Director® assessment or contact us to begin the process.
How do I recruit a Qualified Risk Director® to our board?
Qualified Risk Directors® have advanced skills and experience in the positive governance of risk-taking. They link risk-taking to corporate purpose and achieving strategic goals, bringing a forward-looking and dynamic mindset to critical board discussions and key board duties. Contact us.