23 Nov 2017, London
9:30am to 12:45pm
In the aftermath of the financial crisis, and the implementation of the new UK regulatory framework, the performance of Boards and individual Board members in financial institutions is being scrutinised as never before – particularly in relation to risk management.
This focused half day event has been developed especially for Executive and Non-Executive Directors in firms prudentially regulated by the FCA, to help them understand their risk management responsibilities and the practical steps to fulfilling them, in the developing regulatory environment.
Attending this practical workshop will help you to:
The course is aimed at Directors in firms prudentially regulated by the FCA who do not have specific risk management responsibilities but who need to understand risks and controls as part of their governance and oversight role.
This workshop uses a combination of trainer input, interactive syndicate work and case studies. Group size is limited to ensure a high quality of learning and facilitate sharing of experience.
Eithne McManus has over 20 years' experience in the financial services industry in a variety of risk and financial management roles, many of them at board level. A qualified actuary, Eithne spent much of her career with City of Westminster Assurance, the UK arm of Irish Life and Permanent, where she was Chief Financial Officer before becoming Chief Executive. After the sale of CWA to Chesnara, Eithne assumed responsibility for risk management and capital assessment within the Chesnara group as a whole, before leaving in 2007 to establish her own consultancy advising companies and Boards on risk and capital issues. Eithne is also a non-executive director at a small mutual insurance company, where she chairs the Audit Committee and sits on the Risk Committee.
|Introduction||To establish directors’ shared responsibility for risk in a financial services regulated firm||
|Risk governance structures||To understand how the FCA expect boards and firms to be organised in order to manage and provide oversight of risk||
|The Board's responsibility for risk appetite||To examine what is meant by risk appetite and why the Board should 'own' the risk appetite statement||
|Understanding risk management information||To provide techniques to enable delegates to question and understand risk management information provided
|The conduct risk agenda||To know what the FCA means by conduct risk and how it monitors it||
|Ensuring risk management and awareness is embedded in the culture of the organisation||To understand the Board's role in embedding risk management throughout the firm||
This course can be delivered in-house at a time and location to suit your business and tailored to suit your people and organisation. We can also create bespoke training when something very specific is needed.Please contact us to discuss your requirements in more detail and at no obligation.