Webcast : Understanding Conduct Risk Challenges in the Context of Risk Culture, 20th May 2014, 1630pm IST

Just what is “conduct risk”? As fines and negative headlines have increased globally for financial services organizations, regulators are pondering this question, as are the world’s governance, risk and compliance executives. Linked to this is the concept of “risk culture” – which some consider equally difficult to grasp. How can organizations build a good risk culture, and thoughtfully manage conduct risk?

This webcast is being led by three knowledgeable speakers, who will explore some of the important themes that are emerging as both regulators and the industry ponder the importance of risk culture, and the challenges around managing conduct risk. By attending this webcast, you will:

•    Understand what has led to the current crisis around conduct risk and risk culture
•    Learn about the conduct risk-focused governance issues boards are now facing
•    Discuss the challenges around quantifying conduct risk and creating risk culture metrics
•    Discover how to move away from a retrospective approach for conduct risk
•    Find out about how conduct risk and risk culture connect

Understanding Conduct Risk Challenges in the Context of Risk Culture

  • Date Tuesday 20th May 2014,  Register now 
  • Time 12:00 – 13:00 (BST)
  • Speakers Patricia Jackson, Strategic Adviser Risk Governance and Regulation, Ernst & Young
  • Dr. Roger Miles, Behavioral Risk Lead, Thomson Reuters
  • Mark Laycock, Director, Alder Partners Ltd

Patricia Jackson, Strategic Adviser Risk Governance and Regulation, Ernst & Young

Dr. Roger Miles, Behavioral Risk Lead, Thomson Reuters

Mark Laycock, Director, Alder Partners Ltd

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