Non-financial Risk Management London
This two day training course will provide delegates with best practice approaches to building frameworks for NFR and ERM, a detailed look at creating and establishing a risk taxonomy and also cover new and emerging areas of non-financial risk.
Risk’s two day Non-Financial Risk Management training will delve into approaches to building frameworks for enterprise risk and non-financial risk along with sessions in important aspects of what these frameworks will need to consider such as third party vendor risk, cyber and IT risk and business continuity with links to operational resilience.
What will you learn?
- Best practice approaches to non- financial risk governance including an overview of regulators expectations and differences across industries including banking, asset management and insurance
- How to create and manage effective NFR and ERM frameworks
- Steps to establishing a risk taxonomy and how to integrate across the lines of defence
- How to strengthen business continuity planning within your organisation and how existing op risk frameworks can be utilised for managing resilience risk
- Approaches to third-party vendor risk management
- The impacts of AI and machine learning on reputation and how to maintain resilience through increasingly complex IT systems
Who should attend?
This course is aimed at delegates from a wide range of sectors including: asset management, insurance and banking.
Relevant job titles may include but are not limited to:
- Operational risk
- The third line of defence
- Business resilience
- Operational resilience
- Non-financial risk
- Third party risk
- Enterprise risk
- Conduct risk
- Internal audit
- Non financial risk governance
- Enterprise risk management
- Creating and implementing a NFR framework
- Risk taxonomy
- Business continuity & operational resilience
- Third-party vendor risk management
- Cyber security and technology risk
- Conduct risk and risk culture
Chief Solutions Officer
David Phan Dinh
Head of Operational Risk
David Phan Dinh recently joined Rothesay Life as the Head of Operational Risk. Before that, he worked in operational risk for the UK regulator (PRA), an investment bank (Credit Suisse) and one of the big four (EY). His most recent achievements include material contributions to the UK banking Pillar 2 regime, and to the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision Standard measurement Approach where he acted as Technical Advisor.
Head of Enterprise Risk
Rajat Baijal is the Head of Enterprise Risk at the Northview Group. In this role, he is responsible for designing and embedding a robust Risk Framework across the firm. This includes articulating and implementing a robust Risk & Control Self-Assessment (RCSA), Risk Event Management, Key Risk Indicators etc. and ensuring that the Board is suitably informed about all material issues. Rajat has an MBA in Finance and has previously worked for Cantor Fitzgerald, Lloyds Banking Group and Aviva specialising in global implementation of their Risk Framework. Rajat is a regular speaker at risk conferences across London and New York and has authored a number of articles for risk journals/textbooks.
Director - Operational Risk - RCSAs
Georgia is an experienced Operational Risk and Controls practitioner, specialising in Risk and Control Self Assessments and the use of Enterprise wide Risk taxonomies and supporting causal, controls, organisation and process taxonomies.
Georgia has spent time devising different aggregation and calculation values for the reporting of non-financial risk impacts, and has spent the last 18 months developing process led RCSAs at Barclays.
Georgia started her career at JP Morgan in financial reporting and has worked on various projects across finance, risk, compliance and legal.
Jeroen van den Akker
Head of Operational Risk
Jeroen is Head of Operational Risk of Robeco, a pure-play asset manager, with EUR 160 bn AuM. Robeco operates globally and has its headquarters in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. In this capacity Jeroen oversees the non-financial risk management activities of Robeco globally. Furthermore, Jeroen is a board member of Robeco’s UCITS and AIF fund range domiciled in Luxembourg.
John Murphy is a highly experienced risk professional with a career spanning almost 20 years working in various risk roles across banking and insurance. John is Director of Rimula Consulting which provides risk consultancy services to industry specifically in Non Financial Risk. Currently, John is developing and implementing an Enterprise Risk Management Framework at an Irish Insurance brokerage where Johns sits on the Audit and Risk Committee.
John is a Chartered and Certified Banker and holds a degree in Banking and Finance from University College Dublin and a Bachelor of International Business Studies & Languages (German & Russian) from Dublin Institute of Technology. John also holds a UK Diploma in Governance Risk and Compliance from the International Compliance Association, London and is currently completing a post graduate Professional Diploma in Leading Cultural Change and Ethical Behaviours in Financial Services which enables him to become a Certified Ethics Practitioner.
GRC/ Non-financial risk subject matter expert
Robert is an experienced professional who specialises in operationalising strategy, restoring the link between strategy and the management of risk thereby transforming risk, compliance and non-financial risk functions.
Recent engagements include advising senior executives / board members on compliance and risk transformations; the design of risk, cyber and compliance group control functions and an international assignment running a large global compliance transformation program.
Runs a portfolio of Non-Financial Risk delivery projects including 3LoD (Op Risk, Compliance and Internal Audit), IT Risk, and Information Security (TPRM, Vulnerability Mgmt, PRM, Asset based testing), 3 LoD for Cyber and using analytics tooling to enhance risk 'sensing'.
A recognised thought leader in Integrated Risk Management and Non-Financial Risk with a number of published papers, and conference speeches. Has graduate level qualifications in Finance, Risk, Financial Engineering, Program Management and Software Engineering.
Global Head Technology Risk
ex Credit Suisse / RBS / Morgan Stanley / JP Morgan
Trevor has led a wide range of large and strategically important technology and business programs, designing and developing new products and services for four global financial companies. He has also set up new offices and has run large programs driven by legal and regulatory changes.
Most recently, Trevor has been responsible for setting up successful Technology Risk functions at three large, complex, global institutions working closely with senior management, Board members and Regulators. These risk functions covered everything from the strategic alignment of IT with the business, through the selection and management and of staff and 3rd parties to the detailed operating practices of the IT department.