Identifying and Managing Emerging Operational Risks
Dan Clark has over 30 years of experience in the financial industry. 19 of that in Risk Management and Internal Audit where he established risk-based internal audit processes. He is an active speaker and contributor to industry conferences, publications, and think tanks. His book, Dare to Be Different, An Auditor’s Personal Guide to Excellence has been well received in the industry. Dan has been a CAE for international banks, regional banks and was Director of Operations for Internal Audit at GE Capital. He now provides Audit and Risk Advisory Services to various sectors of the market place.
This webinar discusses how to recognize emerging risks, the best ways to quantify their impact, create tools to monitor and provide insights into reporting to senior management, and the Board of Directors.
Operational Risk Management is tasked with recognizing and managing day-to-day risks as well as keeping their eye on emerging events. How to recognize and emerging operational risks can be difficult. What to do when risk is emerging or has emerged is even more difficult yet. This webinar will instruct participants on how to best recognize and understand operational risks, emerging trends, and how to establish great risk management techniques over this risk area.
- Identify and quantify emerging operational risk
- Creation of monitoring tools to ensure quality performance
- Confirm control design and implementation of reporting
- Share best practices already in place
- Provide insight into regulatory concerns
Course Level - Intermediate
Who Should Attend
- Risk Managers
- Directors of Internal Audit
- Enterprise Risk Managers and Staff
- Quality Control Staff
- Compliance Officers
- Operations Leaders
- Operational Risk Leaders
- Business Executives
Why Should You Attend
Webinar attendees will learn to recognize emerging risks in the operations area of any organization; create tools that can direct process development and monitoring systems to oversee and manage the risks, and then focus on board reporting that is effective and meaningful.