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Risk culture 2.0: redefining attitudes and behaviours in an era of change

The panel

  • Lisa Edwards, President and chief operating officer, Diligent Corporation
  • Hasintha Gunawickrema, Chief control officer, wealth and personal banking, HSBC
  • Anne-Sophie Gug, Director, GRC programme manager, Societe Generale
  • Franco Landra, Global head of audit, model risk, ESG and climate risk, and risk culture, ING
  • Michael Kenney, Vice-president, operational risk, Freddie Mac
  • Moderator: Philip Harding, Commercial editor, Risk.net

The world is a very different place than it was prior to the Covid-19 pandemic.

From changing work patterns and operational change to geopolitical tensions and rampant inflation, risk departments have never been under so much pressure.

Amid an increasingly complex risk landscape, regulators have become more stringent in their expectations around culture and conduct, placing responsibility squarely on executives to instil best practice.

In this webinar, experts discuss the future of risk management, offering practical advice that will benefit your organisation.

Key topics discussed:

  • Creating a risk culture that transcends the three lines of defence
  • Encouraging best practices in third-party risk management, IT and cyber risk, internal audit and regulatory compliance
  • Reducing the risks associated with staff turnover and people
  • Mitigating the impact of the Ukraine crisis on operations
  • Developing strong communication with senior leadership to better understand risk culture
  • Ensuring effective and continuous communication across global operations to ensure regulatory compliance.
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