Operational Risk Management - Amsterdam
This training programme will provide delegates with a new or improved understanding of operational risk management, providing case studies and knowledge from a wide range of speakers from different companies and industries. Sessions will cover; governing and implementing an op risk framework, risk a
This training programme will provide delegates with a new or improved understanding of operational risk management, providing case studies and knowledge from a wide range of speakers from different companies and industries. Sessions will cover; governing and implementing an op risk framework, risk appetite, RCSA’s and KRIs. Topical areas of op risk will also be considered, including loss events and change management.
Who Should Attend
Relevant departments may include but are not limited to:
- Operational Risk
- Enterprise Risk
- Internal Audit
- Non-Financial Risk Management
What will you learn?
- Best practice approaches to governing, creating and implementing an operational risk framework
- How to include technology in risk assessments and implement new generation GRC
- A new or improved understanding of KRI governance and reporting
- Variations of RCSA’s and how you can combat potential biases
- Methods for op risk quantification and defining risk scenarios
- Ways to manage outsourcing and vendor risk management
Manager Non Financial Risk
Van Lanschot Kempen
Head of Operational Risk Analytics and Oversight
Ennio Menicucci, born on June 24th 1977 in Pesaro Italy, has a Degree in Economics from the University of Parma.
He began his career as an auditor in the Arthur Andersen accounting firm from 2001 to 2004.
He then joined UniCredit in 2004, working primarily in Operational & Reputational Risks area, where he has held various positions with increasing levels of responsibility.
He started as an Operational Risk Analyst in the Retail Division, becoming the Head of Operational Risk for this perimeter in 2008.
Then, in 2011, he was appointed Head of Operational & Reputational Risks for Italy, also being responsible for managing credit application fraud.
Since October 2016, he is the Group Head of Operational & Reputational Risks Oversight, where his structure is responsible for defining the principles and rules at Group level for the identification, assessment and control of operational and reputational risk (including operational risks bordering on credit, market, and ICT & Cyber risks), and monitoring their correct application by all the UniCredit Legal Entities.
Starting from July 2018 he is also responsible for defining operational risk capital measurement approaches, operational risk appetite framework, as well as conducting quantitative analysis on operational risk based on operational risks analytics.
Ennio enjoys swimming (especially in proximity to the Sardinian Sea), running, and spending time with his wife, Silvia, and his wonderful 5-year-old daughter, Emma.
Dr Jimi M.V. Hinchliffe Ph.D. MCSI FIOR
IOR England & Wales
Jimi has over 20 years’ experience in operational risk and regulation. After completing his Ph.D. on financial regulation and public choice economics in 2000, he joined the UK Financial Services Authority (UKFSA). At the UKFSA he held a number of positions including as an operational risk policy specialist, bank supervisor and finally as the lead on Basel 2 implementation in wholesale firms. Jimi then joined the EMEA HQ of the Japanese GSIFI MUFG in 2008 as head of Policy, Risk and Regulatory Affairs for the bank. Jimi left MUFG to form NJ Risk and Regulatory Consulting in 2016 to provide consulting services, training and practical support on operational risk and regulatory affairs. He has worked with a range of clients, including a GSIFI, an international bank subsidiary, and a pension scheme.
Jimi is a Fellow of the Institute of Operational Risk (IOR) and Chairman of the IOR in England & Wales since 2017. Jimi is a regular speaker on operational risk and regulatory affairs at conferences and IOR events, and has published numerous journal articles, including on the operational risk capital regime in the Journal of Operational Risk.
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