Non-financial Risk Management NY

This two day training course will provide attendees with best practice approaches to governance and creating effective NFR and ERM frameworks and cover new and emerging areas of non-financial risk.

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Non-Financial Risk Management

New York, 17-18 September 2019

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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.

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What Will You Learn?
  • Best practice approaches to non- financial risk governance and the various types of non-financial risk
  • How to create and manage effective NFR and ERM frameworks
  • Steps to manage operational resilience and strengthen existing mitigating frameworks
  • How to define and assess risk culture and manage conduct risk within your organisation
  • How to understand and capitalise on the relationship between cyber risk and IT
  • Approaches to outsourcing/vendor risk management
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Who Should Attend?

Relevant departments may include but are not limited to:

  • Operational risk
  • Compliance
  • The third line of defence
  • Business resilience
  • Operational resilience
  • Non-financial risk
  • Third party risk
  • Enterprise risk
  • Conduct risk
  • Internal audit
  • Regulation
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Sessions Include
  • Non-Financial Risk: Background, Governance and Types
  • Enterprise Risk Management 
  • Creating and Implementing a Non-Financial Risk Framework 
  • Operational Resilience  
  • Conduct Risk and Risk Culture
  • Cyber Risk and InfoSec
  • Outsourcing and Third-Party Risk Management
  • Data Analytics
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Aengus Hallinan

Managing Director- Group Operational Risk Management & Business Continuity

CREDIT SUISSE

Aengus Hallinan is Managing Director and Global Head of IB Operational Risk at Credit Suisse, based in New York where he is also Regional Head of Operational Risk for the Americas. Mr Hallinan joined Credit Suisse in May 2014. Prior to that he worked for 19 years at UBS in a variety of roles in Equities, most recently as Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer for Global Equity Derivatives. Mr Hallinan began his career at Swiss Bank Corporation in London and has substantial international experience having been based in London, Tokyo, Hong Kong and New York.

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Kellie Bickenbach

Senior Vice President for Operational Risk Oversight

Fannie Mae

Kellie Bickenbach is Fannie Mae’s Senior Vice President for Operational Risk Oversight, and reports to the Chief Risk Officer. She is responsible for overseeing implementation of enterprise-wide operational risk programs, advising executive management and the Board on operational risk management matters.  Kellie leads non-financial second line risk teams, including Technology, Third Party, Operational, Model risk management as well as governance, risk and compliance technology integrated solutions .

Kellie most recently served as Chief Risk Officer for Finastra (formerly D+H Corporation), a FinTech solutions provider to over 9,000 clients globally. At Finastra, Kellie established the Second Line of Defense with accountability for all aspects of security (information, cyber, privacy, and physical), Enterprise Risk Management, third-party risk management, business continuity, health and safety, and regulatory services working closely with key stakeholders such as U.S. regulators and the D+H board of directors. Previous to Finastra, Kellie was Chief Risk Officer for US Bancorp’s Technology and Operations Services division where she was responsible for developing and implementing modern risk and compliance management commensurate with regulatory expectations to ensure the safety and soundness of the bank’s technology, business resiliency, third parties, and back-office operations including mortgage servicing. Prior to this, she was with Bank of America in progressive leadership roles in business, operations, and risk management. Kellie also worked early in her career as a management consultant for Arthur D. Little before transitioning to the financial services industry.

Education: Kellie has a BS in Accounting and Business Administration from the College of Charleston, in

Charleston, SC and an MBA from The Citadel.