Conduct Risk | A Practitioner's Guide

London, 7 - 8 March 2018

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. They will be presenting ideas on how to create a sound conduct risk programme and how a conduct risk culture can be used as a competitive advantage. There will also be a session on HR processes being used as agents of cultural identification within an organisation and how these are vital to creating a good conduct culture and framework.

Course Highlights:

  • Receive all the tools needed to implement a robust conduct risk framework
  • Real insight in to how to create a sound conduct risk programme
  • Looking at culture as a means of competitive advantage
  • Insight in to talent management, remuneration and performance management
  • Identifying whistleblowing as vital agents to a good conduct culture
  • Looking at what the senior management regime means for conduct risk

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 Training welcomes anyone to whom the training would be of benefit. Specific job titles may include but are not limited to
  • Chief Operational Officer 
  • Regulatory Manager
  • Head of Conduct Risk
  • Consultant
  • Internal Audit
  • Senior Management Regime
  • Board Members
  • Chief Risk Offier's 
  • Senior Manager
  • Compliance Officer's
  • Head of Culture

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Learning Outcomes:

  • Gaining an in-depth understanding of the essentials of conduct risk
  • Identifying the risk framework and understanding the approaches to measuring conduct risk
  • Developing conduct risk as a part of the organisations' culture
  • Assessing the future of conduct risk
  • Comprehensive discussion into data and how this can be used advantageously within conduct risk infrastructure
  • Learning how HR processes are vital to cultural identification
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