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Date(s) – Friday, November 20, 2015
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

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RBS Gogarburn

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IOR Scottish Chapter 5th Annual Conference

Date/Time: Friday 20th November 2015 – 09.00 to 17.00

Location: Royal Bank of Scotland, Conference Centre, Gogarburn Campus, Edinburgh, EH12 1HQ

Topic: IOR Scottish Chapter 5th Annual Conference – “The Operational Risk perspective on resilience… expect the best, plan for the worst and be prepared for surprises…”

 

Details:

IOR Scottish Chapter are delighted to be able to confirm the finalised programme for the 5th annual conference which will take place on Friday 20th November at RBS Gogarburn.

Our full day programme will give attendees the opportunity to hear from a number of industry experts and practitioners. Throughout the day, the common thread will be resilience but through a number of different lenses; the regulator, outsourced operations, technology and last, but not least, people and behaviors.

As well as 4 plenary sessions with Q&A opportunities, attendees will have the opportunity to pick two from four break-out sessions. These sessions, with smaller numbers, provide an opportunity for more interactive sessions to engage in debate and dialogue with the presenters and fellow participants.

The full programme is detailed below. Further details including speaker bios and short synopsis of each session will be published by pdf in due course.

Cost for the full day programme is £50 for IOR members, £150 for non-members. Once again, we are offering a special discount for CIOBS members at £50.

Places are limited and will be reserved on a first come, first served basis. To avoid missing out, register now, using the link below

http://www.eventbrite.com/IOR SC 5th Annual Conference

Any further questions can be sent to Ian Wilson, IOR Scottish Chapter Lead at iwilson@ior-institute.org.

 

9.00 to 9.30 Registration and coffee and break-out selections RBS Conference Centre
9.30 to 9.45 Welcome and opening remarks Colin Morrison, Head of Operational Risk Framework & Functions Oversight, RBS

 

0945 to 11.15 Morning Plenary Session including Q&As

 

Calibrating Business Risk Appetite through a Regulatory lens

 

Addressing supplier risk in an ever expanding enterprise

 

 

 

Simon Morris, Partner, CMS Cameron McKenna

 

James Turpie, Senior Manager, EY

11.15 to 11.45 Morning break – tea and coffee will be served in the Atrium  
11.45 to 12.45 Morning breakout sessions [pick one]

 

Crisis Management in Cloudy Times

 

Social media and Operational Risk
Cybercrime – A challenger bank journey
How IOR Sound Practice Guidance can help resilience

 

 

 

Mike Softley, Senior Consultant, Ultima Risk Management

Caroline Skipsey, Managing Partner, Igniyte Online Reputation Management

Caroline Ramsay, Operational Risk Director, Tesco Bank

Brian Rowlands, Trish Crabb & Heather Morrison, IOR Scottish Chapter

 

12.45 to

13.30

Lunch – a buffet lunch will be served in the Atrium  
13.30 to 13.45 Institute of Operational Risk update and outlook Ian Wilson, IOR Scottish Chapter
13.45 to 14.45 Afternoon breakout sessions [pick [a different] one]

 

Crisis Management in Cloudy Times

 

Social media and Operational Risk
Cybercrime – A challenger bank journey
How IOR Sound Practice Guidance can help resilience?

 

 

 

Mike Softley, Senior Consultant, Ultima Risk Management

Caroline Skipsey, Managing Partner, Igniyte Online Reputation Management

Caroline Ramsay, Operational Risk Director, Tesco Bank

Brian Rowlands, Trish Crabb & Heather Morrison, IOR Scottish Chapter

 

14.45 to 15.00 Comfort break  
15.00 to 16.30 Afternoon Plenary Sessions including Q&As

 

Looking back…. Looking Forward – a technology perspective

 

 

Installing a “behavioural lens”: How risk-aware working improves resilience and conduct

 

 

Marc Adams, General Manager, EMEA, EMC
Dr Roger Miles, Managing Director, International Financial Services, Berkeley Research Group

16.30 to 16.45 Closing remarks Ian Wilson, IOR Scottish Chapter