Conduct Risk | A Practitioner's Guide
London, 29-30 November 2016
About the Course
This two day training course on conduct risk will provide delegates with guidance on the key considerations in conduct risk management from Risk Books upcoming multi-contributor publication "Conduct Risk: A Practitioners Guide".
Day one will be delivered by the Editor, Peter Haines, who is an experienced practitioner and independent consultant. Peter will provide delegates with a practical grounding of the matters at hand from across the chapters of the book (please see detailed course overview).
The second day of the course will feature detailed talks from industry professionals, some of whom have contributed chapters to the book. Speakers will provide a practitioner perspective based on their own personal experiences.
- An understanding of the essentials of conduct risk
- Knowledge of practical tools and techniques from industry practitioners
- Understanding of key metrics as well as approaches to modelling
- Appreciation of the links between conduct and other risk types
- Comprehension of the connection with ethical culture and methods for reforming it
- Hear practitioner's views on Conduct Risk from Risk Books upcoming publication.
- Viewpoints on how it manifests, driving forces and ownership.
- National and global regulatory objectives, policy and assessment.
- Compare conduct risk with other risk types (Operational, Credit, Market).
- Perspectives on the link between strategy, ethical culture, and language.
- Industry views on appetite setting, modelling, managing, and monitoring conduct risk.
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- Peter Haines, Independent Consultant and Editor of Risk Books "Conduct Risk: A Practitioner's Guide"
- Paul Sharma, Managing Director, Head of Uk Regulatory Advisory Services Practice, Alvarez & Marsal
- Gabriella Barker, Market Conduct Manager, Conduct Standards Assurance Team, Lloyd's of London
- Paul Brady, Solicitor, Manager of Market Conduct, Lloyd's of London
- Victoria Stubbs, Chief Risk Officer, The Cambridge Building Society
- Paul Butler, Managing Consultant, Catalyst Development