Best practices for risk reportingView Agenda
Key reasons to attend
Understand key aspects of an effective risk report
Learn how to write a successful risk report
Explore common reporting challenges
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About the course
Join Risk Learning to develop skills and gain insight into creating effective and successful risk reports within your organisation.
Participants will deep dive into the implications of BCBS 239, effective corporate governance principles and the importance of risk appetite for risk reporting. Case study-led participant discussions will explore best practice approaches to common reporting challenges and develop a three-step process for successful report writing.
This learning experience will identify good corporate governance principles to aid participants in constructing their own risk reports.
Flexible pricing options:
Early-bird rate: book in advance and save $200
3-for-2 group rate: book three delegates for the price of two and save more than $2,000
Season tickets: book a team of 10 or more and save up to 50%
Address common reporting challenges
Apply the governance principles to risk reporting
Define and employ 3-step approach to successful report writing
Integrate BCBS 239 into your reporting process
Incorporate emerging risks and external benchmarks
Create your own report and receive immediate and expert feedback
Who should attend
Operational and enterprise risk
Governance and control
Chief Risk Officers
June 12 - 14, 2023
Time zones: Emea / Americas
Start time: 13:15 BST / 8:15 EST
Finish time: 17:00 GMT / 12:00 EST
- Structuring an effective risk report
Avoiding reporting pitfalls and presenting a balanced story
BCBS 239 and its implications for report writing
Good corporate governance principles
Risk appetite and its importance to report writing
Bring your report: group work
November 6 –8, 2023
Time zones: Emea / Apac
Elena Pykhova Risk Learning Faculty
Director and founder
The OpRisk Company
Elena Pykhova is an op risk executive specialising in strategy, design and implementation of firm-wide risk frameworks.
She is the author of a best-selling book, Operational risk management in financial services: a practical guide to establishing effective solutions.
Pykhova is a renowned educator, running public and in-house training courses in the UK and internationally for world-leading organisations including the London Stock Exchange Group Academy, the Moller Centre Cambridge University and Risk.net.
She is a thought-leader, influencer and founder of a prominent industry think tank, the Best Practice Operational Risk Forum.
Pykhova is a former director for education at the Institute of Operational Risk and chair of the expert panel for the Association of Foreign Banks.
Passionate about the discipline, she founded her training and consulting practice after 20 years of experience in senior roles at Fortune 500 companies.
This course is CPD (Continued Professional Development) accredited. One credit is awarded for every hour of learning at the event.
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