The German Chapter of IOR will promote the development of the discipline of managing operational risk and provide support to practitioners in one of the world’s leading economies and hub of financial services. The Chapter will also seek to open a dialogue with regulators and other relevant associations in order to further promote awareness and recognition of the discipline.
We would like to encourage everyone to use the members area and in particular the body of knowledge from areas such as past events and the Sound Practice Papers. If you have any work that you feel would be useful to others members, please send it to us for publication.
If you would like to contact the German Chapter, please e-mail Rainer Sprengel at Rainer.Sprengel@1fins.com
Attached is a best practice paper on Reputational Risk Management which has been written (in German) by a workgroup from the participants of the IOR RepRisk Forum. The work is not formal Sound Practice Guidance and does not claim to be a definitive paper, but it does cover governance, strategy, tasks, definitions and the whole reputational risk steering process, including reporting.
IOR Risko Manager (2386 downloads)
Non-Financial Risk Degree Programme
In cooperation with the IOR (German Chapter), the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management offers a Degree Programme related to Non-Financial Risks. Please follow the link for further information: NFR Degree Programme
10th D-A-CH OpRisk Forum
At the forum, which will be conducted in German, experts from banks, insurance companies and other sectors such as: supervision, science and consulting, will analyze the current implementation status in operational risk and non-financial risk management.
As well as practice-oriented approaches to non-financial risk management in change projects and transformations, model risk governance and outsourcing and third-party risk management will be presented and discussed – the latter with reference to the Digital Operational Resilience Act of the EU (DORA).
Experts from BaFin report on the status of Basel III implementation in the EU and on the Quantitative Impact Study.
We will discuss the lessons learned from Covid-19 for non-financial risk management with our experts and let’s take a look at non-financial risk management in 2030 together.
James H. Freis, CRINDATA
Jonas Hampl, Danske Bank
Prof. Dr. Thomas Kaiser, Professor Kaiser Risk Management Consulting and Goethe University Frankfurt
Dr. Frank Koennig, d-fine GmbH
Eckart Koerner, Angel Invest
Claudia Mayer, PwC
Dr. Hagen Rafeld, Goldman Sachs Bank Europe
Dr. Sebastian Rick, Helaba
Michael Schoeppe, BaFin
Tatjana Schulz, KPMG
Rainer Sprengel, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Operational Risk Management e.V.
Attendance at this event will earn 6hrs of CPD
|Date:||Wednesday, 18 May 2022|
|Time:||09.30 – 16.30 CEST|
|Registration:||Please click here to register|
2nd D-A-CH ESG-Risk Forum
|Date:||Thursday 6 October 2022|
|Registration:||Detailed information will follow|
18th Operational Risk Quant- & Research Workshop
|Date:||Wednesday, 2 March 2022|
9th D-A-CH OpRisk Forum
|Date:||Wednesday, 19 May 2021|
VÖB Service Kongress 20.21
|Date:||Wednesday, 29 September 2021|
1st D-A-CH ESG-Risk Forum
|Date:||Wednesday, 27 October 2021|
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These guides are part of a series of updated Sound Practice Guidance (SPG’s) documents for risk managers, designed to complement existing standards and codes for risk management (e.g. ISO31000). The aim is to provide guidance that is both focused on the management of operational risk and practical in its application. Although there is no one-size-fits-all approach to the management of […]German Chapter, Webinars
Date: Wednesday 3rd March 2021 Location: Online-Event (German language) Booking contact: email@example.comGerman Chapter
Das Vorwort Eine effektive Führungsebene ist ein wesentlicher Bestandteil einer gesunden Risikokultur. Die Anwendung allgemeiner Regeln der Unternehmensführung hat auf der ganzen Welt gezeigt, dass für ein wirksames Risikomanagement die richtigen Mitarbeiter und Ressourcen erforderlich sind. Diese Regeln haben auch die Bedeutung einer klaren Rechenschaftspflicht für diese Funktion hervorgehoben. Letztendlich liegt die Verantwortung für das Risikomanagement beim Vorstand. Dieser muss […]German Chapter
Yesterday we successfully ran our 16th OpRisk Quant & Research Workshop with more than 30 participants (Banks, Insurance Companies, Universities, Regulators). Topics covered: Implementation of new OpRisk SMA, Regulatory views related to IT Risks, Sustainability Risks, Construction of OpRisk Tail-Models, Round Tables/Networking. We are grateful to all those who participated and we hope to see you again soon.Dutch Chapter, England and Wales Chapter, German Chapter, IOR News, Irish Chapter, Scottish Chapter
We are pleased to announce that we will be supporting the 3rd Annual New Generation Operational Risk: Europe Summit. Taking place in London, 14-15 March 2017, the Summit will bring together industry thought leaders to review the operational risk frameworks and controls for a broader view of the risk as a function and using to drive business decisions. We have […]German Chapter, IOR News
Details of the German Chapter event ’12th IOR Operational Risk Quant Workshop’ are now available to view here.