Operational disruptions are becoming an everyday occurrence and financial firms need to be resilient against such crises. Gain insight into the regulatory background, impact tolerances, scenario testing and other key areas.
Achieving operational resilience is a complex challenge but with the increasing pressure from regulators and other stakeholders it is essential that financial firms are able to prevent, respond to, recover and learn from operational disruption.
This course offers attendees an opportunity to hear from experts about a range of key areas, including: developing frameworks; identifying important business services; testing your firm’s ability to remain within impact tolerances; and emerging trends.
The course will be held under Chatham House Rule with the opportunity for discussion within a practical learning environment.
What will you learn?
- The operational resilience regulatory story so far
- Identifying and mapping important business services
- How to set the impact tolerances for your organisation
- Developing a scenario testing approach for plausible disruptions
- Proactively learning from incidents and sharing best practice approaches
- Establishing effective communication strategies for when crises happen
Who should attend
Relevant departments may include but are not limited to:
- Operational resilience
- Operational risk
- Cyber risk and resilience
- IT risk and resilience
Our live, virtual training courses have been designed to engage and inspire you. Much more than a webinar, our approach includes:
- Technical content compressed into 60-minute interactive sessions and spread out over two, three or four days
- Facilitated collaboration including Q&A, interactive polling and group workshops
- Live interaction with subject matter experts – get your questions answered in real time
- Receive comprehensive course materials and supporting content from Risk.net to reinforce your learning
- Stay connected with other learners and extend your network by joining our dedicated LinkedIn group for course participants