7 September 2016
Central London, UK
Risk Culture in Financial Services Workshop
Access the latest knowledge, tools and techniques to better understand, measure and control the risk culture of your financial institution
Attend to enhance the management of organisational risk culture so your firm can become more risk aware, resilient to future major loss events and meet Regulatory expectations.
WHY ATTEND THIS WORKSHOP?
Attendees to this practical workshop will learn how to enhance the management of organisational risk culture gaining the latest skills and tools to help their firm become more risk aware and resilient to future major loss events.
Insights from the latest industry practice and academic research will be used throughout the course. These will provide a state of the art perspective on risk culture, providing institutions with the knowledge needed to improve current management practices - plus, the perils and pitfalls associated with trying to define and measure risk culture.
Enhance your understanding of:
- Risk culture as a key feature in financial crisis failures
- Implications for risk taking and control decisions
- Regulatory views on standards and guidance
- Characteristics of an effective assessment tool
Get to grips with practicalities of:
- Socio-technical systems and risk culture
- Controls and barriers for manipulating risk culture
- External and internal organisational pressures
- Perils and pitfalls of implementing culture change
Hear the latest developments around:
- Risk culture assessment tools pros and cons
- Primary definitions and approaches on risk culture
- Conducting effective risk culture surveys
- Implementing a risk culture management programme
MEET YOUR WORKSHOP LEADER:
Dr Simon Ashby is Associate Professor of Financial Services at the Plymouth Business School.
Prior to this he worked as a financial regulator (writing policy on risk management for the UK Financial Services Authority) and a senior risk manager in a number of top UK financial institutions (covering both credit and operational risk).
Many of our courses can be specially tailored to place an emphasis on your own business objectives, incorporating case studies and examples from your company or business sector.
Advantages of in-company training include:
Courses will be designed to meet your own organisations needs and goals, based on our in-depth needs analysis approach - a proven framework that includes managers and employees in the development process.
Convenient and Cost Effective
You can choose a time to suit your workloads and courses are held at a location convenient for you – eliminating accommodation and travel expenses, and saving your staff time.Immediate Impact.
In-company training provides an immediate impact in motivating, retaining and enhancing the performance of your staff. Just a short course can bring major improvements in performance through raising morale, boosting productivity, speeding up the rate of change, or equipping your staff to deal with new challenges.