Risk magazine launches CRO club

Risk magazine is launching a new, independent forum for chief risk officers (CRO) and senior risk managers. The CRO club, which will hold its first meeting on November 16 and 17 at Hanbury Manor in Hertfordshire, is intended to facilitate discussion between senior risk professionals and leading regulators across the globe.

The programme is focused on four key themes - the CRO as a force for change, a critical assessment of Basel III, market reform and the CRO toolbox - and will feature a number of leading risk managers and regulators, including José María Roldán, chairman of the standards implementation group at the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision and director general of banking regulation at the Bank of Spain, and Thomas Huertas, vice-chairman of the Committee of European Banking Supervisors and banking sector director at the Financial Services Authority.

The private, two-day residential seminar will allow risk managers to engage in thoughtful discussion with peers, as well as debate future regulatory changes with those leading the process.

In order to preserve the integrity and credibility of the meeting, all discussions are under Chatham House Rules.

Please click on the link below to see the brochure.

CRO Club


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