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Risk Culture Live Webinar

Best practices to measure and manage Risk Culture

February 27th - 9:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. UK (GMT). 8:00 - 8:45 p.m. (AEDT) Syd.

Is your company ready to meet the current industry expectations around culture risk management?

Culture is the critical foundation on which an organisation’s risk management, and more widely, business management are built. Yet culture remains elusive, difficult to define, difficult to manage and even more difficult to measure.

This webinar takes a practical approach to culture and its direct relative, conduct and how their measurement and management can be integrated into the overarching enterprise risk management framework.

Key topics that we will cover:

  • What is Risk Culture and why the big focus?
  • The key features of a good Risk Culture
  • The key drivers for managing and driving Risk Culture
  • The methods for measuring and monitoring Risk Culture
  • See it in action. Visualisation of risk culture dashboard in Protecht.ERM

If you can't attend the live session, please fill out the form and we will send you the recording.

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Your Presenters

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Nick Broome
Director Risk Advisory and Analytics, Protecht
 
Nick is an experienced Risk Management specialist having spent over 25 years in the profession including senior roles at KPMG, Macquarie Bank and Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Nick is passionate about the opportunities to improve our understanding of the drivers of risks to help manage them better.
David Tattam, Director Research and Training

David Tattam
Director, Research and Training, Protecht
 
David Tattam is the  author of "A Short Guide to Operational Risk" and is recognised internationally as a specialist in all facets of risk management and in particular, enterprise risk management. Prior to founding Protecht in 1999, he held roles as the Head of Operations and Risk Management at two international banks, WestLB and The Industrial Bank of Japan.