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The IIA's New Three Lines Model
An update of the Three Lines of Defense
Get acquainted with the latest understanding of governance and risk management
The Three Lines Model is a fresh look at the familiar Three Lines of Defense, clarifying and strengthening the underpinning principles, broadening the scope, and explaining how key organizational roles work together to facilitate strong governance and risk management.
The model can be applied to all organizations and is optimized by:
- Adopting a principles-based approach and adapting the model to suit organizational objectives and circumstances.
- Focusing on the contribution risk management makes to achieving objectives and creating value, as well as to matters of “defense” and protecting value.
- Clearly understanding the roles and responsibilities represented in the model and the relationships among them.
- Implementing measures to ensure activities and objectives are aligned with the prioritized interests of stakeholders.
Based on feedback from subject matter experts, globally recognized
thought leaders, and over 2,000 individuals and organizations around the
world, The IIA’s new Three Lines Model has been fully refreshed and
updated to reflect current practices and help guide organizational
decisions, behaviors, and actions to achieve successful outcomes.
Download your FREE copy now.
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Take a Deeper Dive
Need more Three Lines? Take a deeper dive into the evolution of the
Three Lines with a three-part video conversation between Harold
Silverman, Managing Director of CAE Services, and Jenitha John, The
IIA's Global Chairman, 2020-21. Watch the videos now.
Free Informational Webinar
IIA members, join cohosts Mark Carawan, 2020-21 Global Board Director of Stakeholder Relations, and Francis Nicholson, Managing Director of Global Relations and Development, for a detailed overview of the new Three Lines Model.
Mark your calendar for one of the following two webinar opportunities. Registration opening soon!
24 September 2020 8:00-9:00 a.m. ET US
30 September 2020 7:00-8:00 p.m. ET US