RASB is a not-for-profit organization, limited by guarantee, that is run by its members for the benefit of its members. Its mission is to position Risk Accounting as the universally adopted method of identifying, quantifying, aggregating and reporting all forms of non-financial risks.
RASB combines the attributes of a global professional and standards setting organization with modern data sharing to provide benchmarking and other data services to its members as well as supporting regulatory, governmental and other public disclosure requirements. RASB membership is open to all corporate entities interested in implementing the latest, leading edge approaches to risk measurement and management, as well as individuals who wish to pursue a career in modern risk and financial management.
The RASB’s current composition is:
|Peter J. Hughes FCA (Chairman)
Peter is Chairman of the Risk Accounting Standards Board. He is a chartered accountant and a visiting fellow and member of the advisory board of Durham University Business School’s Centre for Banking, Institutions and Development (CBID) research group. He was formerly a banker with JPMorgan Chase where he held senior positions in finance, operations, risk management, treasury & trading and audit.
|Allan D. Grody
Allan is the President and founder of the Financial InterGroup of companies in the USA and a former adjunct professor of Risk Management Systems at NYU’s Stern Graduate School of Business. In an earlier career, he was the founder and Partner-in-charge of Coopers & Lybrand’s Financial Services Consulting Practice, which was subsequently merged with Price Waterhouse and eventually sold to IBM. He is a founding editorial board member of the Journal of Risk Management in Financial Institutions and a board member of the Blue-Ribbon Panel of the Professional Risk Managers’ International Association (PRMIA).
|Dr Dennis Philip, PhD
Dennis is a Professor in Finance at the Durham University Business School and Director of its Centre for Banking, Institutions and Development (CBID) research group. He holds a PhD in Finance from Cass Business School. His research contributes to the understanding of the interactions between firm characteristics and financial markets. His research has been funded by financial companies, central banks and recently from the European Commission. He is involved in various policy-led research projects, in particular research in financial literacy and inclusion in emerging markets, with international connectivity in both academia and practice.