Events for risk professionals

Bridge the silos to better manage risks!
Come to share your experience in Risk, Resilience, Insurance and Security.

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Pre Programme 2020

Sessions 2020

25 - 27 NOVEMBER 2020

Day Number Session

Day 00

Day 0
1.3

Useful, preventive key risk indicators (KRIs) flag rises in risks before incidents occur. It is possible to design preventative KRIs, provided organisations understand their risk drivers and are willing to take a renewed look at their reporting practice on performance and controls

Speakers:
Ariane CHAPELLE
Day 0
1.1

Find out how active listening and relevant questioning can boost your influence and support your leadership as a risk manager through interactive workshops facilitated by two seasoned coaches coming both from risk management, financial and pharma industry.

Speakers:
Luz d'ANS
Geraldine MERCIER
Day 0
1.2

An engaging 2-hour workshop teaching non-technical business professionals how Blockchain works, in a hands-on, business focused and practical way.

Participants play the part of companies who decided to form a consortium, contributing to a common Blockchain. They follow a fictitious scenario in which they experience first-hand the benefits of a Blockchain for improving their decision-making capabilities. As they selfishly race to get their claims committed to a block, they also take selfless actions to ensure the system keeps flowing, mirroring how a Blockchain works.

Day 0
1.4

Day 01

Day 1
2.1

How Switzerland got integrated into the Single Market and what the UK could learn from it. Based on this presentation, I shall also discuss scenarios for future UK-EU relations.

Speakers:
Cenni NAJY
Day 1
5.2

Ever wondered how to organize vivid risk workshops with true dialogue, a “hands-on” mindset and a deep understanding of risk? Then Lego may be your choice! In this workshop, we will share our insights in a ‘live’ setting.

Speakers:
Prof. Dr. Petra Maria ASPRION
Frank GRIMBERG
Day 1
4.1

Novartis introduced in 2019 an integrated ERM approach. The process is based on risk discussions conducted by the leadership teams of business units at the global level in alignment with their own strategic planning processes

Speakers:
Juan-Jorge GILI
Day 1
1.0

 

Risk management is changing, as are the elements of risk management. One element is Enterprise Risk Management or ERM, where practical applications in organisations today range from a simple risk register and a heat-map of reporting key risks, over being a tool for deciding and monitoring the level of risk taking to being void and replaced by intelligent decision making. The three speakers have quite different views on ERM – and will discuss the pro’s and con’s of each their approach. The aim is to enlighten and challenge attendees perception and application of ERM.

Speakers:
Alexei SIDORENKO
Hans LÆSSØE
Day 1
2.3
Day 1
3.1
Day 1
5.3

Speakers:
David VOSE
Day 1
6.1

Speakers:
Etienne AMMON

Day 02

Day 2
3.2

A work in progress; a modern and scalable research-based risk assessment framework based on ISO31000, incorporating tools and methods from finance to engineering and safety to cybersecurity.

Speakers:
Julian TALBOT
Day 2
2.2

A user knows what he doesn't have to do, but overall he doesn't understand why his behaviour can be dangerous for his company. Let me feel you the difference.

Speakers:
Philippe KAPFER
Day 2
5.0

It’s amazing how improvisation can look as if it was entirely in the moment, but analysis shows that such flexibility and resilience is usually backed up by careful forethought and planning.

Speakers:
Trish THURLEY
Day 2
1.0

How to change the narrative, and the perspective of risk management from a loss avoidance approach to the objectives of performance enhancements and learning from success. In this uplifting presentation, Dr. Chapelle will help achieve it by: 1-Recognising opportunities and costs of inefficiencies, 2-Learning from successes and positive outlines, 3-Reaching objectives and improving performance

Speakers:
Ariane CHAPELLE
Day 2
4.2

As we enter deep into another era of industrial revolution, more is expected from today’s risk managers. How do they achieve a definite identity as risk managers and develop the different facets of their role? A Call for an Individual System Upgrade

Speakers:
Franck BARON
Day 2
4.3

By 2022, 75% of organizations' databases will be in the cloud. And today, the average cost of a data breach is already CHF 3.79 million. How to reduce your risk now?

Speakers:
Nicolas PENOT
Day 2
2.1

BREXIT highlighted deep underlying social and political rifts present in many countries today. Rifts creates by fitting square processes into round systems. Change is getting fast, so whats the solution?

Speakers:
Adrian CLEMENTS