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Date/Time

Date(s) – Thursday, September 10, 2015
9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Location

Delta Lloyd Toorop Building

Category(ies)


Presentations from this event:

We are proud to offer you an exciting full day programme with international speakers from the industrial, academic and public sectors. The presentations during the day will be centered around the disruptive developments that rapidly change our industries and the way we do business. The speakers will discuss the changing role of the risk manager in light of innovation, digitization, cyber threats, as well as resilience and conduct risk. We will also give an update on the activities of the IOR.  This is essential for you as ORM professional to keep abreast of critical developments which are changing your profession!

The agenda for the meeting is:

09:00   Guest arrival and coffee reception

09:30   Opening, Alex Dowdalls, Head of Netherlands Chapter IOR

09:40   Innovation and disruptive technologies, Mark Zawacki, founder and CEO of 650Labs (USA)

10:30  Break

11:00  Conduct, Integrity and Ethics, Sylvie Bleker-van Eijk, Professor at VU and director at Deloitte

12:00  Lunch

12:45  Scenario analysis, Hans Bikker, Examining Officer at De Nederlandsche Bank

13:45  Break

14:00  Cyber, Carlo Klerk, Information Security Manager at Achmea

15:00  Panel discussion including risk leaders from ING, ABN AMRO, Delta Lloyd and more

16:00   Networking Borrel

18:00   End


Participation in this event is free of charge for individual and corporate members of IOR. For non-members, the participation fee is €250, payable in advance to our bank account – NL61 INGB 0006 8438 24 named “St Fin Dutch Chapter IOR”

Please confirm your attendance (with your membership status) by email to IOR@axveco.com to help us manage attendance.  Please also feel free to forward this invitation to anyone you feel would be interested in Operational Risk Management.  A route description will be sent upon receipt of your registration – note that metered car parking is possible in Rosendaalstraat which is only a 5 minute walk from the Toorop building.