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Date/Time
Date(s) - Thursday, November 30, 2017
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location
Royal Bank of Scotland

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We are pleased to announce that tickets for the IOR Scottish Chapter 7th Annual Conference are now on sale.

Booking Link

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/institute-of-operational-risk-scottish-chapter-7th-annual-conference-tickets-38572407108

Details

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 expect the unexpected but through a number of different lenses

As well as 3 plenary sessions with Q&A opportunities, attendees will have the opportunity to pick two from three 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.

Programme for the Day:

08:45 – 09:15

Registration, Refreshments and Breakout Selections

RBS Conference Centre Atrium

09:15 – 09:30

Welcome from Sean O’Neill, Director of Operational Risk, RBS &

Bill Stirling, IOR Scottish Chapter

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09:30 – 11:45

Morning Plenary ‐ Auditorium

09:30 1st Plenary

The next stage in the evolution of the internet of things – Security

Rik Ferguson, Global VP Security Research, TrendMicro

The so‐called smart device is fast becoming the intelligent device and before we know it AI will become the foundation of the modern IOT

environment. Connectivity will become ever more embedded and the processes across IOT networks will run autonomously with little invention.

How can security keep pace with the evolution of IOT and what’s needed to avoid the Internet Of “Unsecure” Things?

11:30 Q&A

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11:45 – 12:00

Refreshments served in the Atrium

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12:00 – 13:00

Breakout Sessions (Morning & Afternoon) Repeated at 13:45 – 14:45

Breakout session 1:

Putting Plans into Practice Auditorium

Martin Creasey, Head of Business Continuity, Co‐operative Bank

This session will cover the impacts and learnings from the recent Manchester terror incident.

Breakout session 2:

Strategic observations of Operational Risk challenges and what the future holds Room 4 A & B

Richard Mais, Associate Partner FS Risk, Ernst & Young LLP

An overview of observations of the current Operational Risk environment, a summary of the key findings from a recent EY survey on risk

management and the prominence of Operational Risk, with an overview of where EY Global analysis believes will be the areas of focus for

Operational Risk professionals over the next couple of years.

Breakout session 3:

7 Day Exercise Plan: Getting Resilience Into Shape Room 5 A & B

Scott Hughes, Business Continuity Manager, The Coventry Building Society

This session will cover how participants can best approach and deliver exercising to ensure their organisation maintains its health, to ensure

that it is in the best shape to protect itself from and recover quickly when disruptive incidents happen. Scott will provide insights from his 17

years working in‐house and within consulting roles across resilience disciplines, to illustrate how the exercising can deliver most value and

benefit to organisations.

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13:00 – 13:45

Lunch served in the Atrium

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13:45 – 14:45

Breakout Sessions (Afternoon)

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14:45 – 15:00

Refreshments served in the Atrium

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15:00 – 16:30

Afternoon Plenary ‐ Auditorium

15:00 2nd Plenary

Moving Risk Management From Managing Events to

Managing Uncertainties

Manoj Kulwal, Chief Risk Officer, RiskSpotlight

Traditional risk management has been about anticipating events

with negative impacts and implementing controls to prevent

such events and minimise their impacts. In this session, Manoj

will propose an alternative approach to managing risks by

focussing on identifying and managing uncertainties. Focusing

on managing uncertainties can make risk management a more

dynamic and value add activity for organisation as it can not only

support value protection objectives but also contribute to value

creation objectives of the organisation.

15:30 Q&A

15:45 3rd Plenary

Over competition in Banking / New Entrants

Alex Ellerton, Partner – Financial Services Group, Grant

Thornton

This session will focus on:

‐ A focus on possible new entrants (e.g. Amazon) and what this type

of entrant to the industry may be capable of doing to both the

established and newer challenger banks.

‐ Consideration of the concern that more established players may be

restricted by factors such as change fatigue and under investment.

‐ Growth of FinTechs and how technology and innovation could

further change or disrupt the landscape.

16:15 Q&A

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16:30 – 16:45

Closing remarks

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Venue: Gogarburn Conference Centre, Edinburgh, EH12 9BH

Time: 09:00-17:00

Cost for the full day programme is:

IOR Members: £50

CIOBS and IIA members: £125

Non-members: £150

Please note:

There is no parking at the conference centre. There is a park and ride at Ingliston (near the airport) and you can get the tram or the number 35 bus to the RBS site and just walk along to the conference centre.

If you have any dietary requirements please email heather.morrison@skipton.co.uk after booking.

The dress code for the event is smart casual

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