How Banks Can Better Identify, Predict and Mitigate Emerging Risks

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How Banks Can Better Identify, Predict and Mitigate Emerging Risks
October 24
1:00 PM
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Join us to learn from industry thought leaders how you can transform your risk management and reporting by injecting risk insights and predictive analytics into your current risk management reporting.

Regardless of how your organization currently tracks and manage risks, you will learn best practices to mature your risk program in a way that directly influences business results. We’re going to undertake the journey to transform your risk intelligence reporting from basic risk assessments (RCSA) to enterprise and operational risk management (ERM & ORM) to creating value for the organization by predict risks using internal and external data/KPIs to increase profitability and accelerate innovation.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify challenges and limitations of risk management reporting
  • Identify an achievable path to risk maturity that is applicable for banks of any size
  • Learn the impact real-time predictive insights can have on driving value creation
  • Learn how incorporating internal and external data and KRIs can transform your risk reporting approach and enable you to predict risks 


Robert Berger, Vice President of Sales at 360factors

Peter Moenickheim, former Chief Risk Officer at Ocwen Financial and Santander Consumer

Additional Information:

Field of Study: Management Services

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Program Level: Basic

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

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