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Tying Risk Management to Compensation


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Executives and senior leadership are often compensated based on the performance of the organizations they lead. Profitability and revenue growth are key metrics that determine compensation, but how does incentive compensation impact risk management?

In light of the tragic Ethiopian Airlines and Lion Air crashes, and recent reports of Boeing whistle-blowers complaining of safety violations made in the interest of meeting tight manufacturing deadlines, we ask the experts: Could we have avoided these fatal crashes if Boeing leadership was incentivized by safety instead of profit?

In this webinar, our experts will discuss:
  • How to align incentives with risk management
  • How to design internal controls to mitigate self-serving, profit-seeking behaviour
  • How to enable an enterprise-wide risk culture by tying risk management to incentives 
  • The key metrics to consider when assessing risk-based compensation


  • Jamie Gahunia, Strategic Product Manager, ERM, Resolver

    Jamie Gahunia is a Chartered Accountant and the Strategic Product Manager for Resolver’s GRC solutions, including Enterprise Risk Management, Internal Control, Internal Audit and Compliance applications. Jamie specializes in implementing technology for risk and audit teams and consults with Resolver customers to deliver solutions that enable a risk culture and strategic decision making. Prior to her role at Resolver, Jamie worked as an auditor, both nationally and abroad, for companies including Deloitte, RBC and TD.

  • Brad Tartick

    Brian is a senior associate and member of the Pensions and Employment and Executive Compensation practices at Torys LLP. His practice involves all aspects of pensions, benefits and employment matters.

June 3, 2019
Mon 1:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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