Horizon Scanning and Emerging Risks
Horizon Scanning and Emerging
Overview of the Webinar:
In an increasingly volatile and unpredictable world, how can risk managers proactively address the challenge of identifying emerging and rising risks?
The Agenda and Learning Outcomes:
Using a structured approach to address complex realities, we will suggest various ways to characterise and address emerging risks in organisations. Based on a methodology tested with prominent organisations including central banks, we explain the different ways of identifying and managing three types of emerging risks:
– The emerging risks that we all know
– The emerging risks that we don’t know
– The emerging we should know
– Lastly, we will discuss this general principle in light of the current Covid-19 crisis and start drawing some of the lessons learned for the next global events.
Associate Director of Risk Training & Practices
David is the Associate Director of Risk Training & Practices at Chapelle Consulting. He has gained vast experience in risk management over the last 20 years. He has worked in a wide range of sectors such as public service, finance, telecommunication, and life sciences.
David’s key achievement is bringing enterprise risk management and internal control to a higher level of maturity in international organisations. Among others, he has worked for the Committee of Regions, the European Economic and Social Committee, and the European Border and Coast Guard Agency.
David has been admitted to the Institute of Risk Management (IRM) in London as a Specialist Member and Chairman of the Belgium-Luxembourg Regional Group of the IRM. He is also a Certified ISO 31000 Risk Manager Certified Internal Control Professional.
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Account Director – ASEAN Region
Clayton is one of our Account Director’s at Sword GRC. He works with customers in the ASEAN region to create strategies and solutions for businesses to understand their opportunities, and identify and manage their exposures and take more risk.