Many institutions have spent hundreds of millions of dollars on either buying or building operational risk systems. However, the overwhelming majority of business users are unsatisfied with their solutions. This workshop will discuss the opaque nature of operational risk and the challenges such as:
- Developing an institution wide approach
- Overcoming silo practices and systems
- Risk data aggregation
- The need to ensure strong and well-articulated processes that drive the technology requirements and not the other way around
- Administration and support needs required for an effective and efficient system
- The potential external data feeds needed to interact with your solution
- Communications analysis to ensure availability
- Different platform architectures
- The management, board and reporting requirements
This workshop will prepare attendees to make decisions understanding approaches that could make the difference between success and failure. Some of the key topics that will be covered include:
- Define goals of ORM technology
- Identify common mistakes – lack of cohesion, user interface, project teams, agreed upon framework methodologies
- Describe and discuss the ORM elements and how that needs to interact, which include scenario analysis, risk assessment, event management, internal and external data, incident management, issue management, new products capital, materiality and measurements
- Create the planning process – risk data aggregation, reporting, regulatory requirements
- Define the key data element and their interactions, workflow
- Map the organizational preferences – levels of organization, legal entities, scoping, security model, user entitlement reviews, internal and external feeds (FX rates, general ledger, etc.)
- Discuss the main vendors and their offerings – how to build an RFP
- Explore pros and cons of buy vs. build
- Developing an organizational communications plan
- Effective techniques for building a pilot
- Keeping up with the framework evolution
- Reporting metrics
- Understand the basics of the operational risk elements to better define user requests
- Gain a full understanding of the challenges of implementing a cross business system with a wide group of stakeholders who usually have adopted different approaches
- Understand the various system architectures
- Identify the external data feeds and linkages that are required to support the system’s needs
- Define the administration model that best suits the organization
- Understand the data aggregation and board reporting requirements
- Senior and board committee reporting design and requirements
Who Will Benefit:
- Financial Officers
- Risk Officers
- Internal Auditors
- Operational Risk Managers
- Operational Risk Management Personnel
- Office Staff in Operational Roles
- Board Members
- Risk and Audit Committee Chairs and Members
- Heads of Market, Credit, and Operational Risk
- Chief Compliance Officers
- IT Managers
- Bank Regulators and Examiners
- Payroll Personnel
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