16 - 17 November 2021
Operational Resilience, Outsourcing & 3rd Party Risk
Join regulators and industry experts on establishing and embedding resilience governance frameworks
Expert Presenters & Panellists Included:
Why Heads of Operational Resilience will be attending
One of the biggest events for Heads of Operational Resilience
Join leaders from banks, insurance and fund management firms as they share how they are shaping and executing their responses to the recent regulation.
In attendance will be CROs, NEDs, Heads of Operational Risk and Resilience, Supplier Oversight, Relationship Management and more.
The regulation is now real!
Following the March 2021 release, CROs and Heads of Operational Resilience are now actively building their operational resilience frameworks.
Find out how they are structuring their processes, systems and policies to ensure they are meeting and exceeding the regulatory demands.
Tighten your supplier oversight policies
Hear how the industry is building policies to ensure they have a firm grip on 3rd party activities from onboarding to exit plans.
Gauge how financial institutions are gaining a response when it is tough to engage with partners, how far they are profiling their partners and how they are setting their impact tolerances accordingly.
Build your operational resilience framework
Asses the industry's views on minimum standards and best practice techniques for ensuring you have a handle on your operational resilience requirements.
Take away the best ideas that are being discussed to implement in your organisation as you secure your framework.
RECONNECT WITH THE INDUSTRY
Our first priority in bringing Operational Resilience, Outsourcing & 3rd Party Risk back in person is to work closely with local authorities and venue partners.
Discover more about what range of measures we are taking, what Operational Resilience, Outsourcing & 3rd Party Risk may look like this year and why you can book with confidence based on our new booking policy.
The event will be planned carefully in accordance with the latest UK government guidelines.