Sophisticated enterprises encounter an ever-increasing and constantly changing spectrum of risks as they expand lines of business, enter new geographic markets and grow by acquisitions. Failing to comply with anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, antitrust, cybersecurity, data privacy laws and several other pertinent laws and regulations, can often lead to both financial and reputational loss. However, with the right legal and regulatory risk management framework in place, including the proper technologies, models, workflows and processes, together with quantitative and qualitative analyses, comprehensive risk mitigation is attainable.
This half-day forum, hosted by the Financial Times and Ropes & Gray, will bring together risk management thought leaders from many sectors, including financial services, life sciences, healthcare, and technology. They will talk about the risks facing their organizations, explain how responsibility for managing risks is distributed across an organization, and risk mitigation best practices.