- Sponsored by:
- Origami Risk
Join us for a web discussion with leaders across Regulatory & Compliance, Risk, and ESG as they identify the top regulatory and compliance trends impacting risk management and how leaders are planning and demonstrating agility in their risk management programs and approach.
As regulations increase in complexity, the lines continue to blur between risk, regulatory, and compliance, requiring many risk management leaders to play a key role in connecting the dots across functions. Their work assessing holistic risks across the organization helps to define a stronger and more resilient risk management program.
Join OCEG and Origami Risk for a web discussion with leaders across Regulatory & Compliance, Risk, and ESG as they identify the top regulatory and compliance trends impacting risk management and how leaders are planning and demonstrating agility in their risk management programs and approach.
- Learn about 10 key regulatory trends of 2021 and their impact on the year ahead
- Learn about trends reported from KPMG’s recent 2021 Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) survey
- Discover how peers across industries are running an agile risk management function
- Learn about the role of technology in supporting an effective risk management program
- Amy Matsuo, Principal & National Leader, ESG/Regulatory Insight & Compliance Transformation, KPMG LLP
- Luke Figora, VP - Operations & Chief Risk and Compliance Officer, Northwestern University
- Mark Beres, Director of Risk Management, Panduit
- Terrence Lee, Vice President of Sales, Origami Risk
Field of Study: Management Services
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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