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CANCELLATION & REPLACEMENT

A replacement is allowed if registered participants are unable to attend. For cancellations received in writing before 15 Feb 2019, a full refund will be given with a 10% administrative charge. For cancellations received in writing before 25 Feb 2019, a 50% refund will be given together with the event documentation. There will be no refunds for cancellations received after 25 Feb 2019 or “no show” participants. However participants will receive a copy of the event documentation.

Geopolitical Uncertainties, Pervasive Cyber Threats, Digital Disruptions.

Today’s business climate is volatile and fraught with risks – escalating trade tensions with rippling effects, high profile cyberattacks and breaches, and rapid innovations threatening to outpace businesses. An agile risk management plan that constantly adapts to evolving risks is now more crucial than ever.

Can you identify emerging threats for your business and devise mitigation strategies to stay ahead?
Do you know the latest industry methods to manage cyber, strategic, reputational, third party risks?
Are you able to embed risk awareness and ownership among staff at all levels in the organisation?

New Risks are Looming in 2019: Are you Ready?

Join this power-packed 2-day conference to keep abreast on the latest ERM trends, industry practices and new techniques to tackle today’s top business risks. Hear critical regulatory updates in Asia and delve into the risk landscape for 2019. Find out how leading organisations are identifying, assessing and managing emerging, cyber, third party, strategic and reputational risks. Gain first-hand insights on how to cultivate a risk-intelligent culture and take away actionable strategies to leverage emerging technologies for ERM excellence.


Conference Highlights

Fraud Risk

Techniques and tools to assess fraud risks

Emerging Risk

Identifying emerging threats linked to business objectives

Cyber Risk

Tracking and assessing evolving and new cyber risks

Third Party Risk

Conducting due diligence, monitoring third-party performance

Technological Solutions

Adopting RPA, blockchain, AI, data analytics for ERM

Reputational Risk

Detecting potential threats and ensuring timely response

Risk Culture

Tackling staff resistance, partnering with senior management

Risk Analytics

Data analytics to identify, monitor, report, and forecast risks

ERM Implementation

Aligning risk appetite and tolerance levels to strategic objectives

ERM Assessment

Evaluate ERM processes and review controls

Benefits of Attending

  • Hear how Knowles Electronics detects, manages, and prevents fraud risks
  • Discover how to assess the significance and implications of emerging risks to your business
  • Find out the cyber risks on Visa’s watch list, and its security strategy
  • Learn how Tokio Marine incorporates third party risks into its ERM programme
  • Pick up critical success factors and pitfalls to avoid when using emerging technologies for RM
  • Glean insights on how City Developments Limited assesses the likelihood of reputation threats
  • Uncover how UOB, Mediacorp encourages staff ownership and contribution to the risk management process
  • Grasp how to use data to manage risks, substantiate risk reports, and forecast risks
  • Hear how Micron, BP Castrol, and Perennial Real Estate Holdings overcome ERM implementation challenges
  • Examine existing controls and evaluate their unintended effects
 

Speakers

Reagan Lim

Head of Risk Management,

City Developments Limited

Shivakumar Sriraman

Head of Risk, Southeast Asia,

Visa

Frankie Phua

Managing Director and Head of Group Risk Management,

United Overseas Bank

Philip Woo

Chief Risk Officer,

Tokio Marine Life Insurance Singapore

Sean Tang

Assistant Vice President, Enterprise-wide Risk Management,

Mediacorp

Santosh Ambike

Head of Finance Growth Markets, A&P Regional Transformation Manager,

BP Castrol

Bobby Thomas

Head, Risk Analytics,

Prudential Assurance Company

Alvan Chia

Senior Manager, Asia Risk and Resilience,

Micron Technology

Xie Lei

Senior Manager, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance,

Perennial Real Estate Holdings Limited

Raymond Leong

Associate Partner,

EY

Patrick Nathan

Senior Advisor,

Deloitte Singapore

Marc Ronez

Chief Risk Strategist,

ARiMI

Angeline Leow

Risk Practitioner, Healthcare Industry Governing Council Member,

RIMAS

Simon Ong

Chief Audit Executive,

Knowles Electronics

Sarjit Singh

Executive Chairman,

Ardent Associates LLP

What Past Delegates Enjoyed

The conference offered a diversified programme and topics. Great for gaining insights from the speakers. Took away some ideas and action plans for my organisation.

The real life examples were very helpful for us to learn about the challenges in the real world.

Opportunities to meet and exchange views with risk management professionals from a spectrum of different sectors and places, in a relaxing and pressure free environment.

Practical insights and sharing of ERM implementation and challenges within organisations.

Who Should Attend

Senior level executives responsible for Risk Management, Internal Audit, Governance, Compliance, Operations, Business Continuity Management

 

Agenda

  • Day 01

    08.30 Registration & Morning Coffee
  • 09.00 Chairman’s Welcome & Icebreaking Session
    Marc Ronez, Chief Risk Strategist, Asia Risk Management Institute
  • 09.30 REPUTATIONAL RISK

    Surviving in a Hyper-Connected World: How City Developments Limited (CDL) Mitigates Damage to its Brand

    • Measures CDL puts in place to identify potential threats to its reputation
    • How CDL assesses the likelihood and impact of reputation risks
    • Harnessing the digital age: How CDL uses social media in its favour
    • Ensuring timely response: CDL’s risk management plan in times of crisis

    Reagan Lim, Head of Risk Management, City Developments Limited

  • 10.30 Morning Refreshments & Networking Break
  • 11.00 FRAUD RISK

    Fraud Prevention & Detection: Best Practices from Knowles Electronics

    • Common fraud schemes and recent fraud trends
    • How Knowles Electronics implements effective internal controls to prevent and detect fraud
    • Assessing fraud risks: Techniques and tools from Knowles Electronics
    • How Knowles Electronics identifies and detects red flags

    Simon Ong, Chief Audit Executive, Knowles Electronics

  • 12.00 Lunch & Networking Break
  • 13.30 RISK CULTURE

    Tackling the “People” Hurdle: Cultivating a Risk-Intelligent Culture

    • How to propagate risk awareness down to all staff in a large organisation?
    • How to get staff to take ownership and actively contribute to the risk management process?
    • Resistance from middle management: How to bring them on-board?
    • Tone at the top: How to partner with senior management and the board to shape risk culture

    Moderator:
    Marc Ronez, Chief Risk Strategist, Asia Risk Management Institute

    Panellists:
    Philip Woo, Chief Risk Officer, Tokio Marine Life Insurance Singapore
    Frankie Phua, Managing Director and Head of Group Risk Management, United Overseas Bank
    Reagan Lim, Head of Risk Management, City Developments Limited
    Sean Tang, Assistant Vice President, Enterprise-wide Risk Management, Mediacorp

  • 14.30 THIRD PARTY RISK

    How Tokio Marine Life Insurance Singapore (TMLS) Continuously Monitors & Manages Third Party Risk & Performance

    • How TMLS incorporates third-party risks and responses into its ERM programme
    • Assessing the financial, operational and regulatory impact of third party risks
    • How TMLS conducts due diligence and third-party assessments
    • Monitoring third-party performance, contractual obligations and expected deliverables

    Philip Woo, Chief Risk Officer, Tokio Marine Life Insurance Singapore

  • 15.30 Afternoon Refreshments & Networking Break
  • 16.00 TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS

    Leveraging Emerging Technologies for Risk Management: Opportunities & Risks

    • Robotic Process Automation, Blockchain, AI, Data Analytics: What are the risks and opportunities?
    • How leading companies are leveraging new technologies for risk management
    • Adopting emerging technologies for risk management: Critical success factors and pitfalls to avoid

    Raymond Leong, Associate Partner, EY

  • 17.00 Chairman’s Insights & Analysis of the Day’s Proceedings
  • 17.10 End of Day One
  • Day 02

    08.30 Morning Coffee
  • 09.00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks & Interactive Charge-Up Session

    Marc Ronez, Chief Risk Strategist,  Asia Risk Management Institute

  • 09.30 RISK ANALYTICS

    Data Analytics for Risk Management

    • How to identify and assess trends and red flags with data
    • Using consistent analytics to monitor risk management and compliances
    • Improving reporting and substantiating with actionable data points
    • Maximising data for forecasting and more efficient decision making
    • Rule Engine based risk triggers

    Bobby Thomas, Head, Risk Analytics, Prudential Assurance Company

  • 10.30 Morning Refreshments & Networking Break
  • 11.00 EMERGING RISK

    Risk Sensing and Anticipation: Anticipating Future Risks and Opportunities

    • How government and private sector organisations have applied risk sensing techniques as part of their decision making process
    • Developing basic skills in scenario planning
    • Different techniques applied in risk sensing and how they help in strategic planning, enterprise risk management and other processes
    • Analytical tools to support the risk sensing process

    Patrick Nathan, Senior Advisor, Deloitte Singapore

  • 12.00 Lunch & Networking Break
  • 13.30 CYBER RISK

    Securing the Future of Payments in a Connected World

    • The world of payments is changing fast, so is the threat landscape
    • Hyper connectivity – Creating new ways to pay and new ways to exploit
    • Cyber criminals – Exploring new opportunities
    • Visa’s security strategy

    Shivakumar Sriraman, Head of Risk, Southeast Asia, Visa

  • 14.30 ERM IMPLEMENTATION

    Achieving ERM Excellence: Best Practices from Leading Companies

    • What are the key elements of a robust and comprehensive ERM framework?
    • Understanding the different governance structures and their practices in real life
    • How to align risk appetite and tolerance levels to strategic objectives?
    • Real-life challenges in ERM implementation and how to overcome them

    Moderator:
    Marc Ronez, Chief Risk Strategist, Asia Risk Management Institute

    Panellists:
    Angeline Leow, Risk Practitioner, Healthcare Industry Governing Council Member, RIMAS
    Xie Lei,
    Senior Manager, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance, Perennial Real Estate Holdings Limited
    Santosh Ambike,
    Head of Finance Growth Markets, A&P Regional Transformation Manager, BP Castrol
    Alvan Chia,
    Senior Manager, Asia Risk and Resilience, Micron Technology

  • 15.30 Afternoon Refreshments & Networking Break
  • 16.00 IMPLEMENTING PROCESS IMPROVEMENTS

    Managing the Game of Change

    • Gain insights on what are some maturity models used to evaluate the ERM practice
    • Post assessment: Using evaluation results to improve ERM processes
    • Systems thinking considerations – Inter-relationships, incorporating the holistic view and unintended consequences
    • Examine case studies on the “Divide and Conquer” strategy

    Sarjit Singh, Executive Chairman, Ardent Associates LLP

  • 17.00 Chairman’s Insights & Analysis of the Day’s Proceedings
  • 17.10 Close of Conference