Facing the Challenge of Operational Risk Management

Facing the Challenge of Operational Risk Management
October
18
Event type:
Online
Date:
October 18
Time
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Time zone:
America/New_York
Slide Deck:
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In this webinar, we outline what a connected view of operational risk looks like and how having it benefits the organization.

Many things can disrupt the business. The measure of this disruption is operational risk. Understanding the true scope, nature and impact of risk to operations is more possible today than ever before.

While the individual needs of different functions are often best supported by use of separate technologies, it is essential to harmonize and connect them, and the data they manage, to gain the holistic view of operational risk needed to support informed business decisions.

In this webinar, we outline what a connected view of operational risk looks like and how having it benefits the organization.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define and identify areas of operational risk
  • Outline key steps in managing operational risk from setting of risk appetite through capture and mitigation of risks
  • Define benefits to the business from having a connected view of operational risk
  • Determine how technology advances allow for data consolidation and evaluation across data sources within and outside the organization


This event is sponsored by Thomson Reuters, an OCEG GRC Solutions Council Member.

By registering for this event, you are agreeing that the sponsor of the event will receive your registration information. Please review the sponsor's privacy policy here: https://www.thomsonreuters.com/en/privacy-statement/. 


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