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Communication  Role & Responsibility Of The Board  Risk
Culture  Defense Methodologies  Risk Appetite & Tolerance
Operational Risk  Model Risk  Data Management



Enterprise Risk Management 2014: Further information will be available shortly for the 3rd Annual Enterprise Risk Management Congress in New York City. Following on from last year's event featuring more than 25+ Heads of ERM, we are currently researching the program for this year.

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 Key topics addressed in 2013 included:  
  • Regulatory Uncertainity
  • Strategy and Planning
  • Reporting and Communication
  • Role and Responsibility of the Board
  • Risk Culture
  • Defense Methodologies
  • Risk Appetite and Tolerance
  • Operational Risk
  • Model Risk
  • Data Management

Key themes being researched for 2014 include Risk AppetiteEnterprise Stress TestingModel Risk and ValidationThree Lines Of DefenseOperational RiskData Management and SystemsRisk CultureRegulatory Impacts, and much more.

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2013 Presenters Included:
Amy Butler
Amy Butler
Chief Risk Officer
Legal & General America
Ken Phelan RBS Americas
Ken Phelan
Chief Risk Officer
RBS Americas

Other Speakers Included:

  • Chief Risk Officer, Americas, Lloyds Banking Group
  • Chief Risk Officer, Investments Group, New York Life Insurance
  • Head of Quantitative Risk Management, Guardian Life
  • Director, Enterprise Risk Management, Capital One
  • Deputy Comptroller of Operational Risk, OCC
  • SVP, Enterprise Risk Management, Bank United
  • VP, Enterprise Risk Management, MassMutual
  • VP, Enterprise Risk Management, Mitsubishi UFJ
Khanh Vuong
Khanh Vuong
Chief Risk Officer & Director of ERM
Miles Denman
Miles Denman
Group Risk Officer
QBE Insurance

Critical Discussions On:

  • Determining the evolving role of the risk manager and the skillsets needed for the CROs of today and tomorrow
  • Overcoming regulatory uncertainty and preparing for the road ahead
  • Practically implementing ERM in a SME environment
  • Creating and defining an enterprise wide risk appetite
  • Understanding, demonstrating and monitoring the risk appetite statement
  • Effectively linking Enterprise Risk Management to strategic decision making and corporate planning
Bob Swinamer
Bob Swinamer
CAO, Enterprise Risk Management
State Street
Bruce Schouten
Bruce Schouten
SVP, Enterprise Risk Management
TD Bank
Topics Included:
  • Regulatory uncertainty
  • Strategy and planning
  • Reporting and communication
  • Role and responsibility of the board
  • Risk culture
  • Defense methodologies
  • Risk appetite and tolerance
  • Operational risk
  • Data Management
Marcelo Cruz
Marcelo Cruz
Head of Enterprise Risk Management & Operational Risk
Ann Rodriguez GE
Ann Rodriguez
Head of Enterprise and Operational Risk
GE Capital


What Did You Miss At Enterprise Risk Management 2013?:

  1. How CROs from Legal & General, Lloyd's TSB and RBS are taking an integrated approach to risk management
  2. The Head of Quantitative Risk Management at Guardian Life and Deputy Comptroller for Operational Risk at the OCC discuss what is required from regulators in current and future legislation
  3. Capital One and SunGard addressed best practices for managing the business and resources within the lines of defense methodology
  4. Sessions, discussions and debate addressed how to effectively ensure data consistency across the enterprise
  5. Mitsubishi UFJBank United and Western Asset Management discussed how to efficiently synthesize data to communicate and report to the board, managers and regulators
  6. How TD Bank and GE Capital are effectively linking ERM to strategic decision making and corporate planning
  7. KFSB's CRO how to practically implement ERM in a SME environment
  8. The role and responsibility of the board on ERM and oversight - how is it overseen, where does ERM report to, who are the owners of risk
  9. How can you stress non-financial risks, what are the methodologies and how to implement
  10. Learned how to effectively link the risk appetite statement to the limits and answers described in risk mitigation procedures from the Group Risk Officer at QBE Insurance

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