As the initial shock of COVID 19 begins to fade and lock down continues to relax here in the UK, the Trilogy explores how financial services firms are positioned to respond to a crisis and by extension, address the soon-to-be-introduced Operational Resilience regulatory requirements.
The Trilogy kicked off with Part 1 (recording) on Tuesday 21st July and was a huge success with attendees from Aon, Barclays, HSBC, JPM Chase, LSE, Metro Bank, Nationwide, Santander and Zurich among many others and importantly received 100% positive feedback from attendees and a 65% automatic registration to Part 2.
Register here for Part 2 on Tue 18th August, we turn our attention to third-party risk management. Across the Financial Services sector, critical elements of the value chain are supported by third-parties. As we think about critical business services and Operational Resilience, third-party providers and material outsourcing arrangements must form an integral part of impact assessments, risk management frameworks and crisis response. The ability to assess and attest to third-party resilience remains a significant challenge and has arguably become even more important. To tackle this question and what it could mean to you, we have assembled a panel of Operational Resilience experts to provide a pragmatic perspective on what is undoubtedly a ‘top-5’ Board agenda item.
In this webinar we’ll examine:
Why should you attend?
Who else is attending?
Hugh Hessing, former COO of Aviva and CEO Aviva, Ireland brings significant experience and market insight and will joined by a panel of experts:
This webinar will take place on the 18th August from 08:00-09:00
The third and final part of the Trilogy will discuss the implications from Part 1 and Part 2 and explore how to build a sustainable model through ‘Resilience by Design’
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