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2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
2010 june 1 dc prmia chapter meeting
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  • 1. Washington D.C. – PRMIA Chapter: June 1st 2010
    Thomas Day, Regional Director
    Syed Ahmad, Co-Regional Director
  • 2. Chapter Agenda
    Chapter Vision and MissionDiscussion of our Over-arching Goals for 2010 and 2011
    Quick overview of the DC Steering Committee and its StructureAll Volunteer, All Extremely Committed and Skilled; Open to new ideas; Participatory
    Overview of our Annual Events ProgramDescription of our Event Planning Process, including Chapter meetings
    Review of our Emerging “Affinity” Program(s)Efforts to Build Ties with Local Universities, Think Tanks, and others
    How to Engage?
    Ways to Get More Involved
    DC-PRMIA Goals
    Existing Governance Structure
    PRM and Risk Training
    The Importance of Continual Education and Skill EnhancementAn Overview of our Educational Program: PRM and GWU’s Complete Course in Risk Management
    Events
    Affinity Programs
    Connection Points
  • 3. Chapter Agenda
    Chapter Vision and MissionDiscussion of our Over-arching Goals for 2010 and 2011
    Quick overview of the DC Steering Committee and its StructureAll Volunteer, All Extremely Committed and Skilled; Open to new ideas; Participatory
    Overview of our Annual Events ProgramDescription of our Event Planning Process, including Chapter meetings
    Review of our Emerging “Affinity” Program(s)Efforts to Build Ties with Local Universities, Think Tanks, and others
    How to Engage?
    Ways to Get More Involved
    DC-PRMIA Goals
    Existing Governance Structure
    PRM and Risk Training
    The Importance of Continual Education and Skill EnhancementAn Overview of our Educational Program: PRM and GWU’s Complete Course in Risk Management
    Events
    Affinity Programs
    Connection Points
  • 4. DC-PRMIA Vision
    Broad Vision:
    “To evolve into the strongest, most creative, networked and important PRMIA Chapter globally. We do this by seeking to provide forums, training and other opportunities to set the highest standards for our professional members. We create valuable interactions amongst the key thinkers on financial policy, markets and regulatory oversight. We do this through a combination of training, relationship building, engagement, and thought-leadership.”
  • 5. DC-PRMIA Vision and Mission
    To be a leader of opinion and a proponent for the risk management profession
    Influence ideas and be proactive around policy issues
    Drive the integration of practice and theory and certify the credentials of professional risk managers
    Connect practitioners, researchers, students and others interested in the field of risk management
    Be global in focus
    Work with other professional associations in
    the furtherance of DC’s mission
    Increase volume and participation rates
    Establish 3-new and strong affinity partners
    Increase focus on Chapter by-laws
  • 6. DC-PRMIA: 2010 Goals and Objectives
    Create an environment of connectivity amongst DC chapter participants
    Add valuable content from the DC chapter community into the local (global) risk management community
    Be timely, relevant, and increasingly “sought out” for expert advice on risk management, market and regulatory issues
    Enhance our education and training initiatives and delivery mechanisms
    Building a pool of sponsors for our Chapter
    Expand our affinity relationships
    Authorizing and getting published thought
    leadership pieces
    Cross-market/brand with NY and Boston
    The “corridor of power”
  • 7. Chapter Agenda
    Chapter Vision and MissionDiscussion of our Over-arching Goals for 2010 and 2011
    Quick overview of the DC Steering Committee and its StructureAll Volunteer, All Extremely Committed and Skilled; Open to new ideas; Participatory
    Overview of our Annual Events ProgramDescription of our Event Planning Process, including Chapter meetings
    Review of our Emerging “Affinity” Program(s)Efforts to Build Ties with Local Universities, Think Tanks, and others
    How to Engage?
    Ways to Get More Involved
    DC-PRMIA Goals
    Existing Governance Structure
    PRM and Risk Training
    The Importance of Continual Education and Skill EnhancementAn Overview of our Educational Program: PRM and GWU’s Complete Course in Risk Management
    Events
    Affinity Programs
    Connection Points
  • 8. DC-PRMIA: Steering Committee
    Current Membership:
  • 9. Subcommittees: Committee Chairs
    The Education Chair is responsible for:
    • Promotes the PRM and the APRM
    • 10. Acts as a liaison with affinity programs
    • 11. Supports the events committee
    • 12. Acts as a check on the SC to ensure no
    conflicts of interest
    • Looks for learning opportunities
    outside solely the PRMIA channel(s)
    • Develops coordination with PRMIA
    global
    If you have interest in joining the DC-PRMIA Chapter’s Steering Committee in one of the vacancies noted above, please send an inquiry to dc.prmia@gmail.com and PRMIA will respond with a request for a bio/background. The process for confirming a position usually takes approximately 2-3 weeks.
  • 13. Subcommittees: Committee Chairs
    The Event Chair is responsible for:
    • Speaker relations
    • 14. Works with RDs and SC on event
    planning and speaker opportunities
    • Logistics coordination
    • 15. Develops and maintains event
    calendar
    • Sponsor relations
    • 16. Deepen relationships with other
    professional organizations
    If you have interest in joining the DC-PRMIA Chapter’s Steering Committee in one of the vacancies noted above, please send an inquiry to dc.prmia@gmail.com and PRMIA will respond with a request for a bio/background. The process for confirming a position usually takes approximately 2-3 weeks.
  • 17. Subcommittees: Committee Chairs
    The Tech and Marketing Chair is responsible for:
    • Marketing the DC-PRMIA brand
    through effective use of networking
    technologies
    • Promotes Affinity partner events
    • 18. Develops content needs and chapter
    marketing and thought-leadership
    collateral
    • Establishes and builds an ever broader
    network among risk manager(s)
    If you have interest in joining the DC-PRMIA Chapter’s Steering Committee in one of the vacancies noted above, please send an inquiry to dc.prmia@gmail.com and PRMIA will respond with a request for a bio/background. The process for confirming a position usually takes approximately 2-3 weeks.
  • 19. Chapter Agenda
    Chapter Vision and MissionDiscussion of our Over-arching Goals for 2010 and 2011
    Quick overview of the DC Steering Committee and its StructureAll Volunteer, All Extremely Committed and Skilled; Open to new ideas; Participatory
    Overview of our Annual Events ProgramDescription of our Event Planning Process, including Chapter meetings
    Review of our Emerging “Affinity” Program(s)Efforts to Build Ties with Local Universities, Think Tanks, and others
    How to Engage?
    Ways to Get More Involved
    DC-PRMIA Goals
    Existing Governance Structure
    PRM and Risk Training
    The Importance of Continual Education and Skill EnhancementAn Overview of our Educational Program: PRM and GWU’s Complete Course in Risk Management
    Events
    Affinity Programs
    Connection Points
  • 20. PRM and Risk Training
    What is the PRM and how challenging is it?
    Institutional
    Four examinations
    #1: Foundational - Theory, Instruments, Markets
    #2: Mathematical Foundations - Foundations, statistics (probability, regression, etc), calculus, matrix-algebra, and numerical methods
    #3: Risk Practice - Market, credit and operational risk
    #4: Lesson Learned, Governance, and Ethics: WAMU, FHLMC
    FNMA, Northern Rock, G-30, etc.
    PRMIA Blogs
    PRMIA Newsletters and Handbooks
    Local PRMIA Chapters
    GWU Complete Course in Risk Management
  • 21. Chapter Agenda
    Chapter Vision and MissionDiscussion of our Over-arching Goals for 2010 and 2011
    Quick overview of the DC Steering Committee and its StructureAll Volunteer, All Extremely Committed and Skilled; Open to new ideas; Participatory
    Overview of our Annual Events ProgramDescription of our Event Planning Process, including Chapter meetings
    Review of our Emerging “Affinity” Program(s)Efforts to Build Ties with Local Universities, Think Tanks, and others
    How to Engage?
    Ways to Get More Involved
    DC-PRMIA Goals
    Existing Governance Structure
    PRM and Risk Training
    The Importance of Continual Education and Skill EnhancementAn Overview of our Educational Program: PRM and GWU’s Complete Course in Risk Management
    Events
    Affinity Programs
    Connection Points
  • 22. Annual Events and Chapter Meetings
    Two FDIC and PRMIA Collaborative Symposia per annum
    The most recent was our May 3rd “Issues in Securitization Symposium”
    Hold the date: November 3rd. Currently in the planning phase
    Two-to-Four Chapter Events per annum
    June 1st is our first chapter meeting for 2010
    Partner programs
    University of Maryland: Center for Financial Policy
    GWU
    Emerging:
    University of Delaware: Center for Corporate Governance
    Georgetown University
  • 23. Chapter Agenda
    Chapter Vision and MissionDiscussion of our Over-arching Goals for 2010 and 2011
    Quick overview of the DC Steering Committee and its StructureAll Volunteer, All Extremely Committed and Skilled; Open to new ideas; Participatory
    Overview of our Annual Events ProgramDescription of our Event Planning Process, including Chapter meetings
    Review of our Emerging “Affinity” Program(s)Efforts to Build Ties with Local Universities, Think Tanks, and others
    How to Engage?
    Ways to Get More Involved
    DC-PRMIA Goals
    Existing Governance Structure
    PRM and Risk Training
    The Importance of Continual Education and Skill EnhancementAn Overview of our Educational Program: PRM and GWU’s Complete Course in Risk Management
    Events
    Affinity Programs
    Connection Points
  • 24. Affinity Programs
    Local Universities
    Support their programs and import content in support of a broader understanding of risk and risk governance
    Think-tanks
    Work in partnership with local think-tanks
    Articles, distribution of content, expert resources, panel participation
    District-based market and regulatory agencies
    Industry and trade-groups
  • 25. Chapter Agenda
    Chapter Vision and MissionDiscussion of our Over-arching Goals for 2010 and 2011
    Quick overview of the DC Steering Committee and its StructureAll Volunteer, All Extremely Committed and Skilled; Open to new ideas; Participatory
    Overview of our Annual Events ProgramDescription of our Event Planning Process, including Chapter meetings
    Review of our Emerging “Affinity” Program(s)Efforts to Build Ties with Local Universities, Think Tanks, and others
    How to Engage?
    Ways to Get More Involved
    DC-PRMIA Goals
    Existing Governance Structure
    PRM and Risk Training
    The Importance of Continual Education and Skill EnhancementAn Overview of our Educational Program: PRM and GWU’s Complete Course in Risk Management
    Events
    Affinity Programs
    Connection Points
  • 26. Connection Points
    Single best place to begin?
    “Talk” to the Regional Directors or Committee Chairs; express your interest to get involved
    http://www.prmia.org/Chapter_Pages/WashingtonDC/
    Volunteer for:
    Newsletter, event coordination, committee membership, other “un-met” needs
    LinkedIn
     http://doiop.com/PRMIA_DC
    Less than one-month old
    Twitter
    @dcprmia– initiated this on May 31st
    MeetUp!
    http://www.meetup.com/DC-PRMIA/
  • 27. Thank You
    thomas.day@sungard.com
    ahmedsyed@yahoo.com

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