Conduct Risk | A Practitioner's Guide

London, 19 - 20 September 2017

About the Course

This two day training course will provide attendees with a comprehensive look at current best practices approaches to managing conduct risk. Day one of the course will be delivered by Peter Haines, Consultant and Editor of ‘Conduct Risk: A Practitioner's Guide, and will provide an in-depth look at the key drivers of conduct risk, stakeholder engagement and it's place in the risk framework. Day two will be delivered by practitioners from a variety of organisations, presenting a case study approach to best practice conduct risk management in their own institutions. Topics will include risk culture, quantification of conduct risk and ownership within the business.

Course Highlights:

  • Address current market developments one year after the publication of ‘Conduct Risk : A Practitioner's Guide' by Risk Books 
  • Practitioner insights on approaches to managing conduct risk
  • Industry views on appetite setting, modelling, managing and monitoring conduct risk 
  • Perspectives on national and global regulatory objectives 
  • Insights on strategy, ethical culture and language 
  • Compare conduct risk with current risk types (operational, credit, market)

Who Should Attend:

This course is primarily aimed at those who are looking to implement, or update, a conduct risk management framework in their institutions, however, Risk welcomes anyone to whom the training would be of benefit. Specific job titles may include but are not limited to
  • Chief Operational Officer and member of the First Line of Defence 
  • Compliance Officer 
  • CRO
  • Risk Manager
  • Board Members and Non-Executive Directors 
  • Internal Audit 
  • Regulatory Affairs 
  • Programme and Project Managers 

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Learning Outcomes:

  • Gain an in-depth understanding of the essentials of conduct risk 
  • Understand key metrics and approaches to quantifying conduct risk 
  • Case study, best practice examples from leading financial institutions
  • Receive practical tools and techniques from industry practitioners 
  • Develop approaches to building a positive risk culture 
  • Assess industry next steps and market forces 
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