L. Randy Marsicano
Professional Services Senior Manager
Randy is the Manager of Professional Services in the WolfPAC® Solutions Group. As a leading member of the WolfPAC Solutions Group, and with 25 years of experience, Randy assists community-based financial institutions of all sizes across the country to develop and implement risk assessments and risk management programs.
Drew Coveney, CIA
Senior Internal Auditor
Wolf & Co.
Drew is a Senior Auditor in Wolf’s Internal Audit Services group. He is responsible for coordinating, supervising and executing internal audit services for the Firm’s financial institution clients. Drew’s expertise includes providing Asset Liability Management, Liquidity and Funding Management, Deposit Operations, Automated Clearing House, Branch Operations, Lending and FDICIA and Sarbanes Oxley 404 control reviews for financial institutions.
Mike Cohn, CPA, CISA, CGEIT
Mike serves as Director of the WolfPAC Solutions Group at Wolf & Company, P.C. He is responsible for the strategic direction of the group and provides enterprise risk management (ERM) advisory services and board training to community-based financial institutions.
January 26th: Keys To An Effective Enterprise Risk Management Program
Enhanced risk management is a key regulatory focus following
our second banking crisis in modern times. The concept seen most associated
with this idea is Enterprise Risk Management (ERM). Although not explicitly
stated by the regulators, safety and soundness cannot be achieved without an
effective ERM program. This session will look at how community banks are
deploying ERM programs, how to align ERM programs with business strategy, and
once you hire a Chief Risk Officer, what to expect from them.
February 15th: Aligning ERM Governance With Risk Appetite Statements
In this webinar, you will be able to select your asset
category and dig deep into the elements of a successful ERM Governance
Structure as it aligns with your risk appetite statement. Walk away from this
deep dive knowing the difference between risk appetite and risk tolerance.
March 7th: Aligning the Strategic Plan With ERM Programs
Is it possible for a contemporary community bank to link the
strategic plan, risk indicators, and risk assessment results into a single,
coherent risk management program? In the current operating environment the only
sustainable answer is "yes." The risk assessment process objectives
are to identify threats and the controls that keep the institution safe. Key
risk indicators (KRI's) should serve as an early warning for future events, and
developing KRIs for less than critical activities is not cost effective or
efficient. Integrating your banks' strategic objectives, KRI reporting, and
risk assessment results, provide risk officers with a risk compass for the
institution. This integration applies not only to credit, interest rate, and
liquidity risk but must include operating risks such as cyber, vendor, and