Third Party Risk Forum
12 May 2017
The annual Third Party Risk Forum will take place on Friday 12 May at The Deloitte Academy where we will explore the key issues and findings from our 2017 global survey that will be launching in April.
Taking place over the course of a morning, sessions will cover key client challenges, including the concept of resilience and relationships with Third Parties, and the tools and technologies that organisations are using to embed their TPRM frameworks. There will be an exploration of the large ‘execution gap’ that our global survey found currently exists between leadership commitment and delivery capability, and a focus on the impact of the new General Data Protection Regulation on risk management.
Who should attend?
- Chief Internal Auditor
- Chief Financial Officer
- Chief Compliance Officer
- Chief Information Officer
- Chief Risk Officer
- Heads of Audi
|08:30 - 09:00||Breakfast and registration|
|09:00 - 09:15||Opening address
Kristian Park, EMEA Leader, Extended Enterprise Risk Management, Deloitte LLP
|09:15 - 10:15||Plenary one – Key findings from the annual Third Party Risk Management global survey|
|10:15 - 10:45||Breakout session 1|
|10:45 - 11:00||Coffee break
|11:00 - 11:30||Breakout session 2|
|11:30 - 12:30||Plenary two – The impact of GDPR on risk management|
|12:30 - 13:30||Lunch and networking|
Session 1: Delivery capability
Despite emerging Board-level / C-suite accountability for managing Third Party Risk, our recent global survey reveals the wide “execution gap” between leadership commitment and related delivery capability is yet to be bridged. This session explores some of the key reasons why this appears to be the case as well as the rise of collaboration and information-sharing through industry / market utilities and their influence on delivery models in organisations who are realising the benefits from using them.
Session 2: Market utilities
Over the last few years we have seen the emergence of a number of market utilities across several industries with the aim of facilitating and simplifying the sharing risk information between providers and recipients in an efficient and standardised manner. This session explores the market utility concept further, their benefits, limitations and future trends in these utilities as well as summarises who they main players are across each sector.
Session 3: EERM Technologies
Discussion around the tools that organisations are using to embed their TPRM frameworks including a straw poll around those using bespoke tools versus ERP modules versus TPRM built solutions. What are the key features (business requirements) organisations are requesting from their tools?