Date(s) - Thursday, March 19, 2015
8:00 am - 11:00 am
The Institute of Operational Risk’s England and Wales Chapter is pleased to invite you to a breakfast session on Operational Risk Appetite, generously sponsored and hosted by Nasdaq.
Operational Risk Practitioners continue to struggle understanding, introducing and implementing an effective Operational Risk Appetite methodology into their firms. This tool is central to an effective Operational Risk Framework and the continuing focus of regulatory attention. While there is a lot of generic information available, very little is of practical benefit to practitioners. In this session we plan to give insights into: structuring and establishing an Operational Risk Appetite; operationalisation of ORA, how to cascade, aggregate etc.
Join us for a morning seminar that will provide participants with the opportunity to discuss Risk Appetite challenges and hear the views of industry experts on this important topic.
08:00-08:30 Coffee and registration
08:30-09:20 Luc Brandts will share his views on Risk Appetite including his experience of the ways in which firms have implemented Risk Appetite and the effectiveness of these programmes.
Luc is a well known industry expert and is responsible for managing the development of BWise products and the company’s vision. In his previous career as a business consultant, he managed projects in information technology, systems implementation, change management and business process optimization.
09:20-10:00 An Operational Risk professional will explain how they use Risk Appetite and ensure its effectiveness.
10:00-10:40 Caitlan Frost of ORX will share with us the findings of the Risk Appetite Study undertaken by ORX in partnership with PWC, including insights into best practice.
Caitlan heads the scenario programme for ORX
The event is free to IOR members.
For non-members there is a charge of £50.00. 100% rebate against membership fees is offered if joining the IoR within 1 month of attendance.
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