Manoeuvre the presentation into the middle of the road and don't budge either direction.
If you wanted to try to get yourself remembered you could speak about something 'controversial' and suggest delegated discretionary authorities work better than committee based decision making. And suggest a framework around monitoring that. You won't get the job though.
Dual sign off, one up supervision by management annual review of discretionary behaviour etc...if you are only dealing with credit risk....how would you ensure policies aligned and transformed with market behaviour and changing regulatory requirements etc...
Painful enough stuff. But I haven't seen the job spec so basing it solely on your v brief description.
Main question I'd be asking you in interview is how you would adapt your mindset from business development to risk based approach...they won't want anyone overly sympathetic to the needs of business I'd imagine.