Are you attending the FERMA conference in Copenhagen on October 9-11? Come join us for Afternoon Tea at the d'Angleterre hotel just before the conference starts on Sunday afternoon and benefit from a very practical hands-on session on how to heavily reduce cost by using quantitative risk management methods.
2.00 pm-5.00 pm
d’Angleterre Hotel, Kongens Nytorv 34, Copenhagen
Alex Sidorenko, FERMA Risk Manager of the Year 2021, RIMS International Honoree 2021, will talk about how his team almost killed ERM and still saved $13M for the company. Alex will talk about how focusing on select few risks and investing time in building models achieved significant value to the business, how the company changed the role of the risk management team to reinforce its place in the second line of defense, how the company changed from risk reporting to performance reporting and debate whether black swans should be on risk manager's agenda.
Graeme Keith Global Professional Services Lead for Risk Quantification at Archer
Graeme will talk about practical strategies for introducing and getting the maximum value out of quantitative assessment of risk. Contrary to popular misconception, quantitative methods require neither deep mathematical expertise nor “mature” and well-embedded risk management processes. The demands to data are initially no greater than qualitative risk management and far from demanding reams and reams of high quality data, a quantitative approach to risk will guide you to the data you actually need to support the decisions you need to make.
Graeme is Practice Lead for Quantitative Risk at Archer. He helps clients design and build structured, fit-for-purpose methods, workflows and governance for quantitative risk management. Graeme has a PhD in Applied Mathematics from Cambridge University and has worked professionally with quantitative risk for over 20 years, both as a consultant and in a variety of senior management positions in international companies, including Head of ERM at Maersk Oil.
David Vose, Vice President Risk Management at Archer
David will talk about how transitioning away from qualitative risk scores to a more quantitative approach brings greater efficiency and substantial savings, and allows risk managers to contribute to creating a more robust strategy for dealing with the unprecedented challenges we face in 2022
David has published three books and over twenty peer-reviewed scientific papers. His textbook Risk Analysis is widely considered the leading text of its field. David is one of the most influential practitioners in risk analysis from developing and popularizing statistical methods and modelling techniques to the authoring of international guidelines.
The event is free but places are very limited.