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If you are new to risk management, a user but not an expert, have risk governance responsibilities, or are in management with day to day risk accountabilities, this workshop will ‘demystify’ the topic for you, provide you with practical insights, and provide you with a sensible grounding to get the most out of it for your organisation and your role in it.

In today’s busy world, where you have many and varied stakeholders, can you afford to not know what might go wrong, to not identify what might prevent you maximizing your business opportunities, and risk not detecting issues before they materialize as major events. This workshop will provide you with deep insights, learning from successes and failures through topical case studies.

Learning Objectives:

  • ISO 31000:2009 Risk Management - Principles & guidelines: putting it into effect
  • Implementing op risk frameworks that build value
  • Setting op risk appetites and selecting meaningful tolerances
  • Risk reporting that informs decision making
  • Setting and driving an effective risk culture
  • Running risk workshops that get stakeholder buy-in
Seminar Fee Includes:
Lunch
AM-PM Tea/Coffee
Seminar Material
Attendance Certificate
$100 Gift Cert for next seminar

Who will Benefit:

This session will be of interest to managers, executives and directors with direct and indirect operational risk management responsibilities.

  • Managers and executives with operational responsibilities
  • Risk management officers and managers
  • Compliance managers
  • Members of management and board risk committees
  • People with governance and corporate secretarial management responsibilities
  • Project managers
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Day 01(8:30 AM - 4:30 PM)
  • Registration Process: 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM
  • An introduction to ISO 31000 – how to use this to develop your practical Op Risk Framework
    • Op risk within wider context of Enterprise Risk Management
    • ISO 31000 – it’s a guide, not a straight jacket
    • Intro to COSO
  • Cutting through the jargon – understanding terminology
    • Exploring key terms
    • When to employ ‘inherent’ risk
    • Risk appetite and risk tolerances – dispelling the confusion
    • Is it all about ‘prevention’?
  • Building a Risk Register – identification, categorisation & quantification
    • Understanding the concept
    • Breathing life into it
    • ‘Risk ownership’ versus ‘risk accountability’
    • Exploring common op risk categories
    • Methods of risk assessment and quantification
    • Qual versus quant – getting the right balance
  • Developing the framework – a practical class room exercise
  • Building support for the framework – culture versus process
    • What is a risk aware culture- the new ‘black’!
    • What drives good and bad decision making
    • Communicating the message
    • Explore the good and the bad through case studies
    • A model for enabling an effective risk culture – you can try this at home
Day 02(8:30 AM - 4:30 PM)
  • Monitoring and reporting – methods and practical tips
    • Developing ‘fit for purpose’ monitoring
    • The 3 Layers of Defence (Assurance) model
    • The ‘triage’ model
    • Alignment of risk and compliance monitoring and reporting to effect comprehensive coverage
    • Tips on reporting – getting the right message to the right place at the right time
  • Risk transfer arrangements
    • Types of risk transfer
    • Knowing what to transfer and what to retain
    • How to transfer risk without transferring responsibility
    • Outsourcing – retaining control of reputation risk
  • Running an effective risk management workshop
    • Horses for courses – selecting the right methodology
    • Key considerations for success
    • Facilitating workshops – tips and traps
  • Project risk – how is it different, how should it be governed, why it can assist Op Risk management
    • Setting project risk appetite and tolerances
    • Project governance and risk management
    • Utilising project management methodology for major risk projects
    • Project risk monitoring and reporting
    • A useful pilot for effecting ERM
  • Selecting risk management systems that support you, not you support them.
    • Setting the baseline
    • How it can help and hinder
    • A model for aligning risk and compliance
    • Role in extending your footprint to outsource partners
  • Selection – tips and traps
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Peter Whyntie

Peter Whyntie BEc, Dip CM, FGIA, FCIS, ICCP Fellow, GAICD
Director & Principal Consultant, Peter Whyntie & Associates

Peter is a highly experienced governance, risk management and compliance specialist. He consults to government and private sector clients across a range of industry sectors.

Peter's guiding principle is "helping organisations achieve their goals safely".

His experience as a consultant, regulator, director and executive spans over 33 years. Following his retirement as a partner of KPMG he has been an independent consultant in governance, risk management and compliance.

He has also held senior positions in strategic planning, marketing and product development, giving him the advantage of being able to advise from a business perspective.

Peter was recently engaged by ASIC to provide an Expert's Report in respect to a high profile matter that contributed to a settlement being reached and the entering into of an Enforceable Undertaking along with a number of other agreed actions. That has given him a deep appreciation of what an organization needs to have in place for its enterprise risk and compliance framework to be considered as being effective.

Peter is actively involved in the Not for Profit sector in which he has a passionate interest.

Active in industry associations throughout his career, Peter has had a long involvement with the Governance Institute of Australia where he is a member of the Corporate & Legal Issues Committee. He is also Course Director of the Advanced Risk Management subject of the Institute's Graduate Diploma of Applied Risk Management and Corporate Governance.

Peter maintains a high profile as a regular presenter on compliance and risk management at industry seminars both in Australia and overseas. He has contributed a number of articles to industry journals. He has recently been published as author of a chapter "The Role of the Board of Directors in Risk Management" in the volume Enterprise Risk Management - A Common Framework for the Entire Organisation (Butterworth-Heinemann, 2015. ISBN:978-0-12-800633-7)

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