Agenda

agenda

Day 1 

Tuesday 17th September 2019

09:00

Registration and refreshments

09:30

Non-financial risk: background, governance and types

  • Background – drivers of risk management, high levels of enforcement and fines
  • What are the regulators expectations and definitions for governance
  • What are the differences for banks, asset management and/or insurance?
  • Setting out building blocks for effective risk governance
    • Common language around risk
    • Risk management steering committees
    • Roles & responsibilities of board, senior management, support functions, internal audit and compliance, risk management etc.
  • What are the types of non-financial risk? Model risk, operational risk etc.

Speaker Kellie Bickenbach, head of operational risk oversight, Fannie Mae

11:00

Morning break

11:30

Enterprise risk management

  • Value of ERM
  • Elements of an effective ERM framework
  • Integrating ERM with corporate strategy
  • Setting up a ERM framework
    • Defining scope
    • Mapping risk
    • Action plans
    • Automation
    • Monitoring and measuring
  • Risk insight and transparency

Speaker: Gemini Yadav, enterprise risk management audit manager, Signature Bank

13:00

Lunch

14:00

Op risk and non-financial risk management frameworks

  • Implementing ORM and NFR frameworks
  • Linking to risk appetite framework
  • Creating taxonomies where none currently exist
  • Creating an integrated approach to NFRM;
    • An enhanced governance framework
    • A set of enablers
    • Changes in the front office approach and mind set
  • Effective risk assessments
  • NFR framework – lessons learnt
  • Increasing awareness of NFR

Speaker: Stephen Woitsky, SVP, operational risk group manager, Bank of the West

15:30

Afternoon break

16:00

Operational resilience

  • What is operational resilience?
  • Regulatory expectations
  • How does it differ from BCP
  • Strengthening existing mitigating frameworks (e.g. BCP)
  • Third party risk management and resilience
  • How can you ensure continuing resilience in a cost-cutting environment?
  • Current status and next steps in the operational resilience roll out (class to share experiences)

Speaker: Evan Sekeris, partner, Oliver Wyman

17:30

End of day one

Day 2

Wednesday 18th September 2019

09:00

Refreshments

09:30

Building and managing an effective conduct risk programme

  • What is conduct risk?
  • Establishing a conduct risk framework
    • Purpose –values and strategy
    • Governance and awareness
    • Risk identification
    • Risk measurement & reporting
    • Risk controls and mitigation

Speaker: Tanya Weisleder, global head conduct risk, Credit Suisse

11:00

Morning break

11:30

Cyber Risk and InfoSec

  • Cyber risk, risk management and governance frameworks
  • The differences between IT risk, cyber risk, security risk and other related risks
  • Engaging the board – who is responsible for cyber?

Speaker: Gideon Pell, Distinguished Lecturer, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College.

13:00

Lunch

14:00

Outsourcing and third-party risk management

  • Overview of vendor partnerships and associated risks
  • Selecting a vendor partner
  • Designing the technical and business process interface with the vendor
  • Integrating vendor's risk management procedures and practices
  • Merits of Conducting joint incident response exercises
  • Continuous management of the risk profile
  • Risk managing vendor sub-contracting (fourth party risk)

Speaker: Joy A St. John, director, advisory & compliance risk, KPMG LLP

15:30

Afternoon Break

16:00

Data analytics

  • Moving to evidence based risk assessment
  • Importance of a common taxonomy (risk, root cause and assessment unit) to tie indicators together
  • What are some of the key data sets and why are they valuable
  • Eg. Risk assessment results, incidents (int / ext), metrics, controls assessment, issues/actions, vendor risk etc.
  • Looking across risk dimensions – 3rd party, compliance, HR, tech etc.
  • Some interesting techniques to identify risk concentrations and more forward looking read across
  • Linkage to resilience (i.e. before it goes wrong)
  • Opportunities for risk incentivisation
  • Possible application to capital
  • Key challenges

Speaker: Aengus Hallinan, managing director, group head of operational risk management, Credit Suisse

17:30

End of Course