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Increasingly, more CEOs and CFOs are taking charge of their companies’ risk-management duties, according to a Deloitte & Touche and Forbes Insights survey—and the majority of those companies say they plan to implement changes designed to raise the profile of risk management throughout their organization.

According to the survey, 26 percent of respondents say the primary responsibility for overall risk management belongs to the CEO, followed by 23 percent who say the CFO or treasurer. The chief risk officer/head of risk came in third.

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