Risk Leaders Conference 2016
Future fit – High intensity risk management for organisational longevity
7th Annual Risk Leaders Conference
The IRM’s Risk Leaders conference convenes senior risk professionals, board members and governance experts to share case studies, best practices and practical steps to help you define, achieve and sustain a high-performance risk management program now and in the years ahead.
What’s on the agenda?
By attending you will gain insight into:
Strategies for success as a senior risk manager: vision, process and practical planning
Cyber in the spotlight: it could be you next
Shared experience on board understanding of principal risks and long term viability statements
Views from different industries: high performance risk management programmes
A fresh look at risk: new technical insights, new regulatory demands and pathways to improvement
Up-to-the-minute regulatory, legal and political developments
Unique networking opportunity for senior risk people
Focus on professional development and education
International outlook from the world’s leading risk management educator
Spotlight on: General Sir Richard Shirreff
Watch the clip below from keynote speaker General Sir Richard Shirreff, in which he discusses the theme of his talk at the event - risk management in the military.
Who else is attending?
We are bringing together risk leaders from a wide range of industries, and we hope you will be able to join us too for a day packed full of key insights and best practice.
Organisations who have already signed up for the 2016 conference include:
The event will take place in London on Thursday 24th November.
Registration will run from 8:15 - 08:50 before the start of the first session at 9am. The final session will finish at 5pm.
Book your place now
We are expecting a great turnout this year, so places will be limited. The fee to attend the event is £395 for IRM members or £595 for non-members.
About the Institute of Risk Management
The Institute of Risk Management (IRM) is the leading professional body for enterprise risk management. We provide globally recognised qualifications and training, publish research and guidance and set professional standards. IRM members work in many roles, in all industries and across the public, private and not for profit sectors across the world. We are independent and not for profit.