The webinar is organized by AIG, the European Confederation of Directors' Associations (ecoDa), and the Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA).
The increasingly rapid evolution of the global context will continue to affect international trade in the near future. Multinational organisations have embraced globalization for decades, but threats of increasing protectionism and the fast pace of political changes, are challenging the foundation of a global economy based on free trade, multilateral agreements and political stability.
5th joint webinar with FERMAand ecoDa/AIG dedicated to transparency in our series “Risk Conversation at Board level” - Increased Risk Reporting Requirements 09 March 2017 from 14:00 – 15:30
Economic growth is going to come from the digital economy. Digital risks have to be considered at board level because they can affect the value of the company. In this digital world, therefore, high quality risk management will contribute to the value of the business.
A unique chance to get insights on the way the US federal government is supporting businesses to mitigate cyber risk. With the exclusive presence of the Honorable John Carlin, US Assistant Attorney General for National Security.
The Risk Manager must be responsible, as for others risks, for the quantification aspect of cyber security. It is a necessary step towards understanding and managing the exposure of the company. He/she should act as a facilitator between the Board and the operational department (IT, Finance, Legal and other functions).
The good management of data is now an essential part of the business model of many organisations. But with new dependencies linked to the increased use of external hosting, collection, treatment and transfer of data, it is also posing heavy challenges legal, IT and strategic issues.
To continue with the work started in 2015, FERMA, ecoDa and AIG will organise a series of webinars in 2016 about the “Risk Conversation at Board level”
On 10 July 2015, a collaboration between ecoDa, FERMA and AIG, brought together directors, risk managers and insurers from across Europe to share perspectives on the quality of the Risk conversation at Board level and to generate ideas for improving it.