Enterprise Risk Management 2014

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Sessions will comprise a combination of panel discussions, oxford style debates, thought leadership addresses and practical case studies:

Examining how risk management functions deliver shareholder value
Exploring what fit for purpose ERM looks like in a Middle East corporate
Embedding a true risk culture at all levels of your organisation
ERM and corporate finance: Showcasing how good ERM can drive down borrowing costs and manage project investment risk
Thought Leadership: Building capability in risk quantification
Thought Leadership: Behavioural economics and risk bias
Risk mitigation in practice
Risk management standards and guidance: the next chapter
Integrated risk assessment
Risk universe map
Exploring methodologies for development and embedding risk appetite
The great debate: ERM vs Internal Audit - how can risk management and internal audit complement each other?
The role of insurance in risk mitigation
IT: danger or enabler?
Supply chain and procurement risk management

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  • 1. Super Early Bird Book before 12 December 2013 and SAVE US$1,398 3 - 6 March 2014 | The Address Hotel | Dubai Mall | Dubai | UAE Elevating Risk Management From Business Process To Value Creator On-Point and Proven Strategies to: Drive value creation through strategic enterprise risk management Overcome common risk management roadblocks encountered in the Middle East Align your risk management activities with international best practice Make better considered business decisions with reference to your risk appetite Improve the efficiency of your risk management practices by integrating all risk related functions FEATURING INTERNATIONAL GUEST ADDRESSES FROM Professor Andrew Flitman Independent Analytics Expert and Former Deputy Vice Chancellor Research Swinburne University of Technology Australia Internationally recognised expert in the quantitative approaches that underpin business analytics Kevin Knight Chairman ISO Technical Committee 262 Risk Management Australia The inside track on what to expect from ISO 31004 PLUS Pre and Post Conference Masterclasses 3 and 6 March 2014 A Introduction to Enterprise Risk Management B Successful Project Risk Management Media Partners WITH FRESH INSIGHTS FROM Veteran RISK LEADERS Domenic Antonucci CRO Red Sea Housing Services Company UAE Mehdi Naseeruddin Enterprise Risk Management / Business Continuity Management Manager Ma’aden KSA Harsh Mohan SVP Audit Compliance and Risk Management Etihad Airways UAE Matthew Hannaway Head of Project Risk and Value Management for Network Rail Network Rail UK Steven Halliday Chief Risk and Audit Officer Tabreed UAE Raja Al Zayani Chief Strategy Planning and Quality Management Ministry of Works Bahrain Manish Madhok Director Group Internal Audit and Risk Management ACWA Power UAE Amit Tyagi Head Group Credit Risk and Portfolio Management National Bank of Abu Dhabi UAE Organised By www.iirme.com/enterpriseriskmanagement
  • 2. Your Time, Your Experience Create your own unique programme at ERM 2014 with flexible pricing Book 1, 2, 3 or 4 days depending on your schedule 3 - 6 March 2014 | The Address Hotel | Dubai Mall | Dubai | UAE See back page for details ERM 2014 is a brand new cross-industry platform for learning and knowledge-sharing among risk management professionals in the Middle East. Developed in conjunction with the region’s senior corporate risk management community, the agenda focuses on the unique set of challenges you face in the Middle Eastern and global Government and corporate worlds. What’s In It For You?  Quantify the value risk management brings to your organisation  Learn how to deliver a value-adding risk management function from the region’s top risk practitioners  Align your risk management activities with international best practice with crucial insights on what’s next for ISO 31000  Train your brain to look outside your organisation: see how macro events will impact you and learn how to use risk strategies for planning new business ventures  Make better considered business decisions with reference to your risk appetite  Reduce risk in your supply chain and procurement processes  Improve the efficiency of your risk management practices by integrating the many risk related activities in your organisation  Build a comprehensive view of your company’s top risks using a risk universe map  effective risk management techniques help you bring your next Let big project in on time, scope and budget  Focus on your soft skills: become an expert facilitator and drive risk management into decision making at all levels of your business  Better manage your key business risks by using a risk maturity model to implement ERM in a sustainable way Sponsorship Opportunities Special Features of ERM 2014 Risk Leaders LIVE: hear direct from top CROs on the way ahead for risk management in the Middle East Get The Recognition You Deserve For Your Risk Management Expertise Regional Risk Reality Check: interactive real time survey and results to take away Boost Your Brand Can you help the region’s corporations and government entities embed fit-for-purpose sustainable risk management frameworks that add value for their stakeholders? Advanced application session: risk quantification Experience sharing from Etihad Airways, Red Sea Housing Services, Tabreed, Lukoil, ACWA Power and many more... Risk management in government: Bahrain Ministry of Works Do you want to meet key risk, finance and strategy decision makers from the region’s best known organisations? Talk to Michael Moffat to discuss partnership options and tailor a package to your precise needs and objectives. Authoritative insights on ISO 31000 from the Chairman of ISO Technical Committee 262 Risk Management Call Michael Moffat on +971 (0)4 407 2716 or email him at sponsorship@iirme.com Who Will Benefit From Attending? Risk Management & Internal Audit PMO/Project Management Governance & Compliance General Management, Strategy & Business Continuity Management Supply Chain Health & Safety Finance Asset Management Security & Environment Two Expert Led Masterclasses Pre Conference Masterclass A Masterclass B Introduction To Enterprise Risk Management Successful Project Risk Management Keep your business on track by mitigating key risks with a comprehensive risk management framework! Make sure your project stays on track by incorporating effective risk management practices into your project management approach! 3 March 2014 +971 4 335 2437 +971 4 335 2438 6 March 2014 register@iirme.com www.iirme.com/enterpriseriskmanagement
  • 3. MAIN CONFERENCE DAY ONE Tuesday | 4 March 2014 08.30 Registration And Refreshments 13.00 Lunch And Networking Break 09.00 Opening Remarks From The Chairman 14.00 Quantifying The Unknown: How Anyone Can Measure Risk to Enhance Shareholder Value ●● Measuring risk: linking relevant measurements to value-add decision making ●● Risk measurement rules of thumb you can use immediately ●● Linking impact and likelihood to assess risk and its consequences ●● Leveraging internal expertise: building reliability ●● Using statistical approaches that build on what you already know ●● Business model simulations: what they do, when to use them and what to do to ensure success Andrew Flitman, Independent Analytics Expert and Former Deputy Vice Chancellor Research, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia LEADERS PANEL 09.10 Driving Value Creation Through Effective Risk Management In The Middle East ●● What is driving an increasing commitment to formal risk management in regional corporations? ●● Are risk management functions driving real stakeholder value through their activities, or is having a risk management function merely a “tick box” exercise? ●● Do effective risk management practices help organisations raise capital more easily and more affordably? ●● What do we mean by “value creation”? Tangible vs Intangible? Generic vs actual practice evidence for success? ●● How involved should the risk management function be? For example, in signing off on investment business cases? ●● Identifying crucial ways risk management functions need to change to create more value and justify their existence Domenic Antonucci, CRO, Red Sea Housing Services Company, UAE Harsh Mohan, SVP Audit, Compliance and Risk Management, Etihad Airways, UAE Steven Halliday, Chief Risk and Audit Officer, Tabreed, UAE Mohsin Jagani, Head of Internal Audit and Risk Management, Abu Dhabi Pensions and Retirement Fund, UAE 09.50 How Valuable Is The Risk Universe Map As A Tool For Risk Management? ●● Inherent vs residual risk: do organisations have to have a view of both, or is residual risk all that requires a risk manager’s attention? ●● Benefits of using a risk universe map for the Board, Executives and Risk and Audit professionals ●● Sharing a risk universe mapping tool that works  ●● Interactive: introducing some criteria for heat-mapping a risk universe Domenic Antonucci, CRO, Red Sea Housing Services Company, UAE 10.30 Networking And Refreshment Break 11.00 Integrated Risk Assessment - Driving Efficiency In Risk Management Processes Harsh Mohan, SVP Audit, Compliance and Risk Management, Etihad Airways, UAE 11.40 Global View: The Future Direction Of The Corporate Risk Management Function ●● Examining the latest developments in best practice Enterprise Risk Management ●● Where are the best global examples of risk management practice? ●● The whistle blowing conundrum: should risk managers challenge management decisions or should they simply facilitate the risk decision making process? ●● Do professionals in different industries and risk related functions need to work harder to establish a common definition of risk? 12.20 Integrating ERM Into Key Organisation Processes In Line With ISO 31000 ●● Getting started with the ISO 31000 Standard ●● Identifying the opportunities: it’s easier than you think ●● Securing stakeholder support: demystifying ERM ●● Operationalising the integration: examining the role of ERM in your organisation Carrie Hon, Director Corporate Programme Management, du, UAE +971 4 335 2437 +971 4 335 2438 14.40 The Great Debate: What Is The Real Role Of Internal Audit In ERM? ●● To what extent are internal audit functions called upon to run risk management functions in Middle East businesses, and why? ●● Debating the ideal respective risk management roles for the risk management function and the internal audit function ●● Is there ever a role for internal audit in championing or owning the risk management process? ●● Can or should the internal audit function rely on line management’s own risk assessment work for audit planning purposes? Steven Halliday, Chief Risk and Audit Officer, Tabreed, UAE 15.20 Networking And Refreshment Break 15.50 Implementing An Effective Enterprise Risk Management Framework In Government By Aligning Risk Management With Strategic Objectives ●● Creating a fit for purpose ERM model that works for your organisation ●● Understanding your organization’s biggest risks by reference to your strategic objectives ●● Examining and addressing the top behavioral barriers to effective risk management ●● Embedding a risk portfolio within the initiative management practice of the organisation Raja Al Zayani, Chief Strategy Planning and Quality Management, Ministry of Works, Bahrain CASE STUDY Risk Leaders LIVE 16.30 Risk Management Roadblocks: Identifying The Primary Causes Of Ineffective Risk Management Functions In The Middle East And How They Can Be Avoided ● “Rome wasn’t built in a day”: underestimating the challenge of embedding a risk culture ● Using risk maturity models to outline a roadmap for implementation, manage expectations, monitor progress and deliver an effective and sustainable risk management framework ● IT is no solution: expecting risk management software to deliver a standalone quick fix ● Understanding the end goal, improving dialogue and adopting risk based thought and decision-making processes ● Delivery vs assurance: when does risk management become too much about process and not enough about results? ● Developing a framework that balances risk assurance with supporting line management in embedding risk considerations and mitigation activities into day-to-day management Lee Scargall, Director Risk Management, Revenue Assurance and Fraud, Ooredoo, Qatar Khawar Mushtaq, Senior Manager, Ooredoo, Qatar 17.10 register@iirme.com Close Of Day One www.iirme.com/enterpriseriskmanagement
  • 4. MAIN CONFERENCE DAY TWO Wednesday | 5 March 2014 12.45 Lunch And Networking Break 09.00 Opening Remarks From The Chairman 13.45 Examining The Middle East Risk Landscape - How Is The Emerging Backdrop Of Political, Social, Economic Risk Impacting Corporations In The Region? ●● Insufficient domestic policy reform to mitigate the risk of boom-bust cycles and implementation risks related to infrastructure investments ●● Changes in monetary policy of the developed world ●● Deeper than expected slowdown in emerging markets ●● Incomplete delivery of Euro area policy commitments ●● Significant decline in oil prices or shock in the global oil market triggered by geopolitical events Amit Tyagi, Head Group Credit Risk and Portfolio Management, National Bank of Abu Dhabi, UAE 09.50 Risk Appetite – Unhelpful Jargon Or A Useful Concept That Helps Managers Make Defensible Risk Based Decisions? ●● Examining approaches for setting risk tolerance and risk appetite ●● Is it more meaningful to set risk appetite for the organisation as a whole, or cascade risk appetite for different levels in the organisation? ●● What measures are companies using to set risk appetite? Is risk appetite being measured and set in purely financial terms? ●● Adapting risk appetite to changes in your internal and external business environment Kenneth McKeown, Director Enterprise Risk Management (Acting), Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, UAE INTERACTIVE VOTING 10.30 Regional Risk Reality Check Tap into the collective experience of the region’s risk management community for real time insights on Middle East risk management. State-of-the-art interactive voting equipment will be used to gather insights and opinions from the audience on risk management capability, maturity and aspirations. Sponsor the survey and position your brand as a regional risk management leader. Contact Michael Moffat on +971 (0)4 407 2716 or sponsorship@iirme.com 11.00 Networking And Refreshment Break CASE STUDY 11.30 A Roadmap To Successful Implementation Of ERM At ENOC ●● ENOC Risk Management governance structure ●● ENOC Risk Management framework ●● The journey so far – implementation of ERM ●● Challenges and the way forward Shabbir Shikari, Manager – Risk Management, Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), UAE 12.15 Implementing And Embedding An Effective Business Continuity Management Programme Across A Complex Industrial Company: A Ma’aden Case Study ●● Building the business case and communicating the need for advanced BCM processes to senior business leadership ●● Transferring seamlessly from BS 25999 to ISO22301 ●● Creating a coherent development and implementation rollout process across both the corporate office and individual business units and complex production companies ●● Integrating and updating existing crisis management teams and processes ●● Ensuring effective lines of communication and devolved decision making processes in business units in times of crisis Mehdi Naseeruddin, Enterprise Risk Management / Business Continuity Management Manager, Ma’aden, KSA +971 4 335 2437 +971 4 335 2438 14.30 Eyes Wide Open: Conducting a Robust Risk Assessment for New Business Ventures ●● Business planning with risk strategies for new business ventures ●● When to expand from basic business risk to a detailed risk assessment ●● Assessing risks - what to consider in internal and external factors ●● Common challenges on risk assessments to new business ventures ●● Lessons learnt from the recent crisis ●● Supporting Board room decision making – the journey is not over Manish Madhok, Director Group Internal Audit and Risk Management, ACWA Power, UAE 15.15 Networking And Refreshment Break 15.45 Leading Edge Approaches To Managing Supply Chain Risk In A Middle East Organisation ●● Developing supplier risk assessments ●● Aligning supplier risk with supplier relationship management ●● Integrating risk management with the procurement and supply chain process Matthew Hannaway, Head of Project Risk and Value Management, Network Rail, UK CASE STUDY 09.10 Evolving Risk Management Standards: What Can The Profession Expect From ISO 31004 ●● Moving from the “what” to the “how”: examining the gradual evolution of ISO 31000 ●● Can the development and subsequent publication of ISO 31000 contribute to the integration of the global risk community? ●● Will ISO 31000 emerge as the dominant global standard? ●● What key guidance do experts expect will be featured in ISO 31004 and how will it help companies to further their risk management practice? Kevin Knight, Chairman, ISO/Technical Committee 262 Risk Management, Australia MACRO VIEWPOINT 08.30 Morning Refreshments 16.30 Risk Management And Project Management: Two Sides Of The Same Coin? ●● What lessons can programme and project managers learn from the risk management community about how to manage programme and project risk? ●● How can risk and project managers in the same organisation work together to deliver greater value for the organisation? ●● Clever contracting: how can project managers use the contracting process to better manage risk more or transfer risk effectively to third parties? Alexander Larsen, Risk Manager, Lukoil, UAE 17.15 Close Of ERM 2014 Super Early Bird Book before 12 December 2013 and SAVE US$1,398 register@iirme.com www.iirme.com/enterpriseriskmanagement
  • 5. PRE CONFERENCE MASTERCLASS - A Monday | 3 March 2014 Introduction To Enterprise Risk Management Masterclass timings: Registration will start at 08.00. The Masterclass will begin promptly at 08.30, with refreshments being served at appropriate times. The Masterclass will conclude at 14.30 at which time lunch will be served. Keep your business on track by mitigating key risks with a comprehensive risk management framework! Masterclass Overview In the dynamic Middle East business environment, risk is a fact of life. Businesses and organisations are now more than ever aware that “things can go wrong” and risk events can impact the profitability, reputation and sustainability of your business. Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is an important discipline for identifying, evaluating and managing risk in a holistic, joined-up way across your whole organisation. This workshop will give you the tools you need to establish an effective risk management framework for your organisation. In adopting ERM, you will better mitigate the key risks which might otherwise impact your business’s ability to achieve its strategic goals and sustain a successful business. Key Topics ●● What is ERM and why is it important for your organisation? ●● Establishing and embedding a risk management framework and risk aware culture ●● The risk roles and responsibilities of the board, the risk management function, senior management and internal audit ●● Understanding the concept of risk and risk categories ●● Identifying and prioritising the key strategic and operational risks facing your organisation ●● Using a heat map to evaluate the probability and impact of risks for your business ●● Developing and using a risk register and key risk indicators ●● Establishing ownership and accountability for key risks ●● Understanding and evaluating risk management and mitigation options ●● Designing effective controls to manage key business risks Who Should Attend ●● Risk managers and directors ●● Strategy, planning and performance management functions ●● Internal auditors Benefits Of Attending This workshop will give you the tools and techniques to: ●● Establish a well organised and focused risk management process ●● Identify and prioritise the key risks facing your organisation ●● Assess how effectively risks are being managed in your organisations ●● Design and adopt appropriate controls to mitigate the impact of potential risks Check www.iirme.com/enterpriseriskmanagement for updates POST CONFERENCE MASTERCLASS - B Thursday | 6 March 2014 Successful Project Risk Management Masterclass timings: Registration will start at 08.00. The Masterclasse will begin promptly at 08.30, with refreshments being served at appropriate times. The Masterclasses will conclude at 14.30 at which time lunch will be served. Make sure your project stays on track by incorporating effective risk management practices into your project management approach! Masterclass Overview This Masterclass provides an overview of Project Risk Management and its interface with ERM. It covers the cycle, the process, cost and schedule analysis and interfaces. It highlights the key stakeholders, roles and responsibilities and the quantitative analysis behind the qualitative information more common in ERM. It will identify key benefits of Project Risk Management and how they become benefits for ERM as a whole. Benefits Of Attending ● Understand the important aspects of successful project risk management ● Master the analytics behind project risk outputs ● Appreciate the benefits of effective project risk management ● Learn how project risk management interfaces with and complements ERM Your Expert Masterclass Leaders Alexander Larsen Risk Manager Lukoil UAE Key Topics ● Identification of project risks (workshops, interviews, generic risk registers) ● Analysis of project risks ● Qualitative ● Quantitative (cost and schedule) ● Mitigation and control ● Reporting and interface with ERM ● Benefits of project risk management Who Should Attend ● PMO managers ● Project managers, project control managers ● Risk Managers ● CEOs, CFOs and anyone involved in insurance or budgeting +971 4 335 2437 +971 4 335 2438 Vladislav Kulakovsky Risk and Decisions Quality Control Manager Lukoil Overseas UAE Peter Smith Senior Risk Management Officer Lukoil Overseas UAE See www.iirme.com/enterpriseriskmanagement for full speaker biographies register@iirme.com www.iirme.com/enterpriseriskmanagement
  • 6. 3 - 6 March 2014 | The Address Hotel | Dubai Mall | Dubai | UAE Five Easy Ways To Register +971 4 335 2437 +971 4 335 2438 register@iirme.com IIR Holdings Ltd. P.O Box 9428, Dubai, UAE www.iirme.com/enterpriseriskmanagement AZ3033 Date 3 March 4 & 5 March 6 March Please √ the sessions you wish to attend  Masterclass A  ERM Forum  Masterclass B SUPER EARLY BIRD Book before 12 December 2013 $3,299 $3,499 $3,699 $2,499 $2,699 $2,899 $3,099 $2,099 $2,299 $2,499 $699 $799 $899 $999 Conference Only 1 Day $3,099 Conference & 1 Masterclass 2 Days Book after 6 February 2014 Entire Event Conference & 2 Masterclasses 3 Days Book before 6 February 2014 $1,899 4 Days Book before 9 January 2014 Masterclass Only GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE CALL: +971 4 335 2483 E-MAIL: a.watts@iirme.com Conference fees include documentation, luncheon and refreshments. Delegates who attend all sessions will receive a Certificate of Attendance by email. All registrations are subject to our terms and conditions which are available at www.iirme.com/terms. Please read them as they include important information. By submitting your registration you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions in full. DELEGATE DETAILS First Name: Surname: Job Title: Company: Address: Postal Code: Country: Tel: City: Mobile: Fax: Email: PAYMENTS A confirmation letter and invoice will be sent upon receipt of your registration. Please note that full payment must be received prior to the event. Only those delegates whose fees have been paid in full will be admitted to the event. AVOID VISA DELAYS – BOOK NOW EVENT VENUE: The Address Hotel, Dubai Mall, Dubai, UAE Tel: +971 4 438 8888 CANCELLATION ACCOMMODATION DETAILS If you are unable to attend, a substitute delegate will be welcome in your place. Registrations cancelled more than 7 days before the Event are subject to a $200 administration charge. Registration fees for registrations cancelled 7 days or less before the Event must be paid in full. Substitutions are welcome at any time. We highly recommend you secure your room reservation at the earliest to avoid last minute inconvenience. You can contact the IIR Hospitality Desk for assistance on: Tel: +971 4 407 2693 Fax: +971 4 407 2517 Email: hospitality@iirme.com All registrations are subject to acceptance by IIR which will be confirmed to you in writing. Due to unforeseen circumstances, the programme may change and IIR reserves the right to alter the venue and/or speakers or topics. IK/LF BU330612 Risk Management OJ Delegates requiring visas should contact the hotel they wish to stay at directly, as soon as possible. Visas for non-GCC nationals may take several weeks to process.