The Value of ERM: One Day Seminar

05 February 2013 08:40 to 16:25

Registration: 08.40 - 09.05

Programme: 09.05 - 16.45

Keynote speaker: David Law, CRO with the Olympic Delivery Authority

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David Law, Head of Risk and Audit and Chief Risk Officer with the Olympic Delivery Authority.

To view David's full biography, visit our Speakers Corner.

Why attend?

ERM is a fast growing area of actuarial interest and work.  This seminar will share perspectives on current practices in ERM from senior practitioners, both inside and outside the actuarial profession.  The discussions will include current hot topics including as risk appetite, risk culture, and the value (if any) for organisations to gain from implementing ERM.  It also includes an opportunity to hear David Law, the CRO for the London 2012 Olympics, discuss how risk management supported the successful delivery of one of the UK’s most complex and high-profile recent projects.

Who should attend?

The seminar is aimed at qualified actuaries, either working directly in ERM, or whose roles include a major component of risk management.  It will also be of interest to those in or looking to develop into senior risk positions within or outside the Financial Services industry. 

CPD:
6.50 hours
Organiser
Petrina Parnell
Location
The Royal College of Surgeons of England
35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields
London WC2A 3PE
Cost
Members:
345.00 GBP
Non-members:
445.00 GBP
Email
petrina.parnell@actuaries.org.uk
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