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Key Enterprise Risks

NAIF’s primary focus is on its Investment Decisions and NAIF has structures in place to manage the risks associated with this function including detailed due diligence and credit approval processes. In addition, NAIF must manage a comprehensive list of strategic, governance and operational risks. NAIF’s KER's (refer Figure 13) fall into the following broad categories:

  • Strategic: risks related to meeting strategic objectives and expectations of key stakeholders;
  • Investment Decisions: Project assessment and credit related risks;
  • Governance, Legal & Regulatory: compliance with relevant obligations such as confidentiality, conduct and AML/CTF; and
  • Operational: risks associated with running a viable and efficient business including resourcing, business continuity, outsourcing and health and safety.

Figure 13: NAIF Key Enterprise Risks

NAIF Key Enterprise Risks Strategic (Strategic Planning, Stakeholder Relations, Political Risk); Investment Decisions (Jurisidictional Risk, Project Assessment, Credit Risk, Concentration Risk); Governance, Legal and Regulatory (Governance, Compliance, Conduct Risk, External Fraud); Operational (Information Security, Information Integrity, Outsourcing, Business Continuity, People, Health & Safety, Organisational Finance)