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Enterprise Risk Management

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Date: Thursday, 3 September 2009
Time: 6:15 for registration, 6:30pm to 8 pm.
Venue: QR404, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom (Location Map)

Speaker Details:

John Foulley, SAS Institute Asia/Pacific
Risk Management Practice Head
Financial Services Sector Head
AP Field Strategy and Support
SAS Institute Asia/Pacific

John Foulley joined SAS in May 2004 to provide assistance to the region in the field of Risk Management. He had previously worked with two dedicated Risk Management solution providers, Misys and SunGard. He is currently assisting the Asia-Pacific region on leveraging the many opportunities that exists in the field of Risk Management, providing market intelligence and Basel II knowledge to his customers and prospects. John received a Master in Finance from Nice ESC in France. He also majored in Accounting and Business Management from Nice University and International Business School in Paris. He has been living in Asia for the past 6 years.

Programme highlight:

Ultimate responsibility for effective management of risk rests with the company’s top management team. They have to put in place a risk management structure, with strategies for the identification and management of the enterprise-wide risks. The statistical approach for historical information analysis, stress test scenarios, and forward-looking predictions to the complex world is now being increasingly used across industries. In particular, the approach can help capture internal incident, conduct financial and non-financial impact analysis, perform risk-based assessment, define action plan and establish KPI for management monitoring. In this special evening session, SAS’ expert will highlight how to leverage business analytics on

• Establishing a systematic framework for capturing risk factors and relationships
• Assessing risk exposures and impacts across the entire organization
• Integrating external loss and severity databases into the internal loss database
• Sharing intelligence through scorecarding, notification and custom reports
• Providing full visibility into the sources and logic behind report results

Registration contact:

This seminar is free of charge and prior registration is required. Only on-line registration via HKARMS on line registration shall be accepted. Participant number is limited to 100 on a first-come-first-served basis. Application deadline is 30 August 2009. Successful members will be notified after 30 August 2009. For enquiries, please contact Natalie lam at cheukwoon@gmail.com

Registration Fee:

Free of Charge

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