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Risk Based Decision for the Board - 19 February 2019
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Boards are expected to factor the risk/opportunity balance in their decision-making. Not easy balancing the short-term and long-term horizons and risks, the urgent and the important, the often-conflicting requirements of shareholders and stakeholders. There are increased requirements for accountability in governance across the globe. All of this is changing the way directors, both executive and non-executive, function.

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When: 8:00 AM
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Institute of Sports Science
Boundry Road
Newlands
Cape Town, Western Cape  7725
South Africa
Presenter: Laura Mallabone
Contact: 011 555 1800


Online registration is available until: 2019/02/14
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Laura Mallabone 

1 Day

 

 

R 3 959.00 ex VAT

R 4 280.00 ex VAT

 

Course Overview

 

Boards are expected to factor the risk/opportunity balance in their decision-making. Not easy balancing the short-term and long-term horizons and risks, the urgent and the important, the often-conflicting requirements of shareholders and stakeholders.


There are increased requirements for accountability in governance across the globe. All of this is changing the way directors, both executive and non-executive, function. Board members therefore need to be aware of their responsibilities and competent to meet them.

 

On a personal level, Board members need to be aware of the liabilities imposed on them by their position. Therefore, a personal understanding of risk management and relevant Directors and Officers insurance is critical.


Not only is this applicable at board level, but throughout the organization with focus on “conduct” risk, which is looking at risk management through a slightly different lens, to ensure that the customer is being protected, and that the market is not affected by internal activities.

 

By participating in this workshop, you will not only become comfortable with legal requirements imposed on Boards with regards to the management of risk, but also explore best practice examples of Boards who have made risk management truly beneficial for their organisations.

 

Who should attend?

  • Non-executive and executive Board members
  • CRO’s and senior management (who are required to present information to the board and facilitate their effective delivery)
  • Business leaders responsible for managing risk
  • Those interested in becoming, and actively seeking a Board position
  • CROs and senior management (who are required to present information to the board and facilitate their effective delivery)

About the Presenter

 

Laura is a co-founder of Satarla and has 20 years’ risk management experience across industries and geographies. Laura has over the years assisted companies to develop, implement and evolve their risk management to be fully integrated and effective in decision-making.

She has been involved in the development of ISO31000 through SABS, and is currently part of the SA review team.

 

Laura gives back to risk management through mentorship, knowledge transfer and volunteers on the IRMSA Education and Technical Committee.

 

Laura has a MSc (Chemical Engineering) and a MBA.


 







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