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How the Covid-19 pandemic is furthering understanding of crisis management frameworks

The panel

  • Paul Huggett, Head of Third-Party Sourcing Risk Profile and Governance, Bank of Ireland
  • Rajat Baijal, Managing Director, Global Head of Enterprise Risk, Cantor Fitzgerald
  • Joseph Iraci, Managing Director, Financial Risk Management, Chief Risk Officer, Futures and Forex, TD Ameritrade
  • Marcus Wildsmith, Chief Product Officer, Cutover
  • Sam Parker, Third-Party Risk Consultant, OneTrust Vendorpedia
  • Moderator: Steve Marlin, Staff writer, Risk.net

The Covid-19 pandemic is aiding understanding of crisis management frameworks, allowing firms to position themselves for recovery.

Financial firms and cross-industry organisations are shifting their focus from acute crisis response to business recovery and building strategies to adapt to the new normal. This webinar explores what can be gleaned from Covid-19, and how it can help inform recovery.

Key topics discussed:

  • The impact of the pandemic on approaches to crisis risk management frameworks
  • Setting up a new or enhanced resilience capability in response to Covid-19
  • Mitigating the impact of a crisis
  • Maintaining resilience during a crisis
  • New areas to include in organisational incident crisis frameworks
  • Developing robust contingency plans
  • Moving from crisis to recovery.
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