Forecasting and Minimising Operational Risk Losses

Date: 12-Sep-17 to 13-Sep-17
Location: Downtown Conference Centre / New York / United States
Category: Education Conferences & Trade Fairs

Large operational risk loss events continue to dominate headlines, causing heavy financial losses and reputational damage. It is essential that financial institutions are implementing robust processes to guard against potential operational risk losses, including effective use of data, modelling and mitigation techniques.
This training course will provide attendees with an in-depth understanding of operational risk losses and their causes. The first day of the event will look in detail at the utilising ORM and non ORM data and using models to improve risk mitigation, including loss distribution approach. The second day will focus on topics such as reporting processes, fraud prevention and the role of conduct risk.
The course is delivered by a variety of leading operational risk practitioners from leading financial institutions; and is held under Chatham House Rule to allow for an open and discussion based learning environment.

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