Building a holistic GRC framework in fragmented Asia-Pacific markets

The panel

  • Blake Evans-Pritchardbureau chief, Asia Risk.net
  • Michael Gibbspresident, Surestep
  • Otu Umorensecurity & risk lead, ServiceNow
  • Michele Yapmanaging director & global head, enterprise risk reporting, enterprise risk management, Standard Chartered Bank

Navigating fragmented Asia-Pacific (Apac) markets is no easy task. Every jurisdiction has its own local flavour, so finding a unified approach to risk management is very challenging for any financial institution operating in the region.

Governance surrounding artificial intelligence and machine learning, and the use of data is shifting too, and companies are still in search of appropriate solutions to sharing and centralising data to meet global regulatory requirements.

In this webinar, industry experts discuss best practices for meeting regulatory and data governance requirements in fragmented markets.

Topics under discussion include:

  • How to set up a holistic governance, risk and compliance framework in fragmented Apac markets;
  • Meeting global regulatory requirements and managing risk across the region;
  • How to satisfy increasing requirements for data governance;
  • Contending with data-sharing restrictions; and
  • Understanding the role of technology.

 

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