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Conference Theme: ISO 31000 and Risk Based Thinking

Monday
Tuesday
Session 1
Session 2
Session 3
Session 4
Global Awards Dinner
  • 8:30-9:00 AM
    banner6-1Coffee service and light breakfast
    9:00-9:15 AM

    Conference Opening – Allen Gluck, Chairman

    Plenary Session: Risk and Performance 

    Kevin W. Knight

    9:20-9:55 AM: What Next for Standards on the Management of Risk – Nationally and Internationally

    • Will ISO 31000 emerge as the dominant global standard?
    • Moving from the “what” to the “how” of ISO 31000
    • What does the global risk community want from Standards Bodies to assist with implementing ISO 31000
    • To Certify or not – That is the question

    Christopher Mandel

    9:55-10:40 AM: Aligning ISO 31000 with Success

    • Risk’s effect on Success
    • Why some risks matter more
    • Risk discipline and strategic focus
    • Next level risk management
    10:40-11:00 AM
    banner6-1Coffee break and light refreshments
    11:00 AM-12:30 PM

    Parallel Session 1A: Finance & Banking

    Charles T. Canfield

    11:35 AM-12:15 PM: IFC’s Approach of Assessing the Corporate Governance of Risk Management

    • Screen Shot 2014-07-01 at 7.43.06 PMIntroduction to IFC CG Methodology and Tools
    • IFC’s approach to the governance of risk management
    • International standards in risk management incorporated into IFC’s CG Methodology
    • Overview of IFC specialized tools to assess a firm’s governance of risk management

    Jason Shohet

    11:00-11:35 AM: Operational Risk [Not] By the Numbers

    • jasonFinancial / Insurance Risk characterized by statistics, use of robust modeling tools
    • Op-risk characterized by qualitative judgments that feed into infamous probability x Impact matrices
    • A dearth of statistical analysis is a bane on the op-risk profession which limits its value
    • Several challenges must be overcome for op-risk to take its quantitative place amongst its peers

    Parallel Session 1B: Adding value through ERM

    Stefano Losi

    12:15-12:00 PM:Enterprise Risk Management — A tool to enhance Governance and Decision Making

    • Organization-wide implementation at the United Nations
    • ERM as a strategic tool for the prioritization of objectives, risks and managerial responses
    • Risk management and governance
    • Linking ERM to decision making

    Thinka Bor-Reijinga

    12:00-12:30 PMThe Added Value of Risk Readiness in ISO 31000:2009

    • Paragraph 4.3.5 Resources People, skills and competences
    • Paragraph 4.3.5 Resources Training Programs
    • How to institutionalize Risk readiness?
    • How to operationalize MASTER?
    12:30-2:00 PM
    banner6-1Executive Networking Lunch Buffet
    2:00-3:15 PM

    Parallel Session 2A: Risk & International Audit

    Tim Leech

    2:00-2:45 PM: Internal audit’s role in board-driven/objective centric ERM

    • Overview of feedback signaling an urgent need for corporate and internal audit change
    • Aligning internal audit’s efforts with the objectives of the organization
    • Specific practical  strategies to create and maintain effective risk appetite/ERM frameworks
    • Using ISO 31000 as the foundation for  change efforts

    Parallel Session 2B: Integrated Management System

    Hock Hwa Lau

    2:45-3:00 PM: A Success Story Of Integrating ISO 31000 Into Organization’s Company Management Systems

    • Success Implementation Endorsed by G31000
    • Evaluation of ISO 31000 intention to the organization intention
    • Implementation milestones
    • The applied strategies with samples of related documents to share

    Linda Conrad

    3:00 – 3:15 PM: Building a resilient Management System 

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    • Today’s inter-connected exposures demand a holistic approach to strategic business risk management
    • Cyber, supply chain, audit, compliance, continuity and project management go beyond technical disciplines
    • ISO 31000 standard is the cornerstone to building a resilient enterprise risk management system
    3:15-3:30 PM
    banner6-1Coffee Break
    3:30-5:00 PM

    Plenary Session: Risk & ISO Management Systems

    Panel: Paul Palms, Kevin W. Knight and Hock Hwa Lau
    5:00-5:15 PM
    banner6-1Coffee Break
    5:15-6:00 PM
    Business Circle – G31000 members may participate during this time slot, in our new business circle event. Upon advance request, we will arrange an informal introduction for you to an attending industry leader whom you would like to meet at this casual private meeting on the first day of the conference.
    6:00-6:30 PM
    Free Time
    6:30-7:30 PM
    Cocktails
    7:30-9:30 PM
    Gala Awards Dinner
  • 8:30-9:00 AM
    banner6-1Coffee service and light refreshments
    9:15-10:40 AM

    Plenary Session: Risk & Decision Making
    Opening – Alex Dali, President

    Beulah Misrole

    9:20-10:00 AM: The Value of Risk Management and ISO 31000 in the Public Sector

    • The value in practicing risk management in the public sector
    • Implementation process
    • Lessons learnt
    • ISO 31000 journey in the public sector
    10:00-10:40 AM: Panel: Chris Mandel, Paul Palmes, Kevin W. Knight
    10:40-11:00 AM
    banner6-1Coffee Break
    11:00 AM-12:30 PM

    Session 3A: Training & Certification

    Alex Dali

    11:00-11:35 AM: ISO 31000 Risk Management Certification — Current Status and Perspectives


    • How to get the certification of your risk management system
    • The certification of organization vs. the certification of individuals
    • Current certifications available for the ISO31000 standard, worldwide
    • What are the current situation and trends

    Allen Gluck

    11:35-12:30 PM: Accreditation: The Global Institute for Risk Management Standards and G31000 North America, Inc.

    • Accreditation Requirements for Bodies Certifying Individuals
    • ISO 17024 Requirements
    • What is Our Current Status?
    • The International Board for Risk Management Accreditation
    12:30 PM-2:00 PM
    banner6-1Executive Networking Lunch Buffet
    02:00 PM-3:15 PM

    Session 3B: Advancing thinking with COSO ERM

    Gerhard Rotter

    2:00-2:30 AM: Embedding ERM Effectively by Combining COSO ERM and ISO 31000

    • Trends and key drivers
    • The embedding process, main axis and conditions
    • Enablers and the ERM framework
    • Embedding aspects for risk governance

    Tim Leech

    2:30-3:15 PM: Internal audit’s role in board-driven/objective centric ERM

    • Overview of feedback signaling an urgent need for corporate and internal audit change
    • Aligning internal audit’s efforts with the objectives of the organization
    • Specific practical  strategies to create and maintain effective risk appetite/ERM frameworks
    • Using ISO 31000 as the foundation for  change efforts
    3:15-03:30 PM
    banner6-1Coffee Break
    3:30-5:00 PM

    Plenary Session: Risk and ISO Management Systems

    Alex Dali

    3:30-4:20 PM:Statistics on ISO 31000 – June 2014

     

     

     

    4:20-5: PM: Angel Escorial, Joseph Iyofor, Tony Simmonds

    5:10-5:15 PM
    Closing by Alex Dali and Allen Gluck
  • Monday: 11:00AM – 12:30 PM


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    Parallel Session 1A: Decision Making

     

     

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  • Monday: 2:00 – 3:15 PM


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    Parallel Session 2A: Project Management

     

     

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  • Tuesday: 11:00AM – 12:30 PM


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    Parallel Session 3A: Security and Safety

     

     

    money--banking_19-124630Parallel Session 3B: Revision of COSO ERM

     

     

     

     

     

  • Tuesday: 2:15 – 3:15 PM


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    Parallel Session 4A: Business Continuity

     

     

    money--banking_19-124630Parallel Session 4B: Education and Training

  • Monday: 7:30 PM

    Global Awards Dinner at A Voce

    Time to relax, meet old friends and make new ones.  At this dinner, we initiate our first “G31000 GLOBAL AWARDS. G31000 seeks to distinguish those who have demonstrated knowledge, expertise and achievement in the global standard for improved decision-making, ISO 31000, by being the best trainees, trainers, applied ISO 31000 organizations, in the private or public sector.

    Address: 10 Columbus Circle, 3rd Floor, NYC
    (Same Building as the Conference, enter from the Main Doors facing the park.)

    Dress: Your choice of Business Casual or Business Formal.

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    Awards

    • Screen Shot 2014-07-23 at 11.55.27 PMBest Exam Results for Approved Trainer – CT31000
    • Best Exam Results for Certified Risk Professional -C31000
    • Most Active Certified Trainer – CT31000
    • Most Active contributor on the ISO31000 discussion forum
    • Most Active Approved Center for Training and Certification
    • Outstanding Person of the Year
    • Best Public Sector Organization
    • G31000 Partnership of the Year
    • Risk Management Software of the Year