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Enterprise Risk Management - The Six Essentials

Get a solid foundation with this one-day intensive forum

Establishing a great foundation for your Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) sets you up for success and a base on which all the “bells and whistles” can be added.  This one-day intensive forum covers each of these 6 essentials at a practical "take home knowledge" perspective, with an opportunity to ask questions at the end of each essential.

There will be opportunities during the day to see practical visualisations of the six essentials working in a risk management process.

This is a “not to be missed” event if you want to ensure your ERM aspirations are built on solid ground.

Are you a Supervisor, Manager, or Director with risk management responsibilities?

Do you have questions about what you are doing and why? If the answer is “Yes!", then this is the right course for you!

What you will learn

 

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1. RISK TAXONOMIES AND RISK APPETITE
  • Nailing your risk descriptions and risk taxonomies – the concrete foundation.
  • Articulating a meaningful and usable risk appetite for each of your key risk categories
  • Q&A
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2. RISK ASSESSMENT
  • Ensuring your risk assessments are directly linked to strategy and business objectives: From Risk Assessment to Objectives Assessment.
  • Making your assessment outcome and not process focused
  • How to engage and motivate the business to “self” assess.
  • The essential steps in risk assessment
  • Q&A
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3. RISK METRICS
  • Ensuring your risk assessments are directly linked to strategy and business objectives: From Risk Assessment to Objectives Assessment.
  • Making your assessment outcome and not process focused
  • How to engage and motivate the business to “self” assess.
  • The essential steps in risk assessment
  • Q&A
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4. CONTROLS ASSURANCE
  • Documenting controls – a controls taxonomy
  • Identifying the importance of controls – Critical, Key, Non-Key
  • The elements of assessing effectiveness: Control Objectives, Design Effectiveness, Operating Effectiveness
  • Approaches to assurance: Control Testing and Control Monitoring
  • Designing control test scripts – what to look for
  • Q&A
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5. OPERATIONAL RESILIENCE
  • The key elements of operational resilience
  • Understanding what makes an organisation resilience and mapping the same
  • The importance of stress testing – what are the resilience threats
  • Not just surviving but thriving!
  • Q&A
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6. REPORTING AND ANALYTICS
  • Defining the purpose of risk information: Assurance & Decision Making
  • Key requirements of great risk information: Timely, relevant, to the point…
  • Moving from static to dynamic reporting – tracking “Risk in Motion”
  • Using business intelligence tools and data analytics
  • Q&A

15% off for multiple bookings*

Only £95.00 + VAT per seat, with discounts for 2+ bookings

 

  • Date: Monday 23rd September 2019
  • Time: Registrations open at 8:30 am. The course starts at 09:00 am and finishes at 5:30 pm. 
  • Location:  Central London, Final Venue TBC
  • Cost: £95.00 + VAT per seat with discounts for multiple bookings.
  • Inclusions: Each registration includes all materials, lunch, morning and afternoon refreshments
  • Contact info: For enquiries, please send an email to info@protechtgroup.com or call +44 (0) 7828 163 802

* Multiple bookings means one company making multiple bookings for two or more people. Please ensure your company name is consistent across bookings to assist in processing your discount.

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About the presenter - David Tattam

David Tattam is the Director of Research and Training at The Protecht Group and author of "A Short Guide to Operational Risk". He 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. His career also spanned 7 years with PwC. David is currently active in consulting to and training in a wide range of industries in relation to setting up risk management functions and implementing enterprise risk systems.

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