Host: Dan Kinsella, partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP
The COVID-19 crisis has exposed vulnerabilities across organizations’ growing extended enterprise networks. As more critical functions are outsourced to third parties, how can organizations be equipped to respond to related risks? We'll discuss:
- The current extended enterprise risk management (EERM) landscape, including the factors that have changed in light of COVID-19.
- Financial crime and corruption risk in the aftermath of COVID-19.
- Tools and technologies to help address third-party risks and practical considerations for advancing a current state program to the future an organization envisions.
Meet the speakers
Dan is the managing partner of the Omaha office and serves as the US and Americas extended-enterprise and third-party assurance leader in Deloitte & Touche LLP. He combines business and technology experience to help clients create and optimize their extended enterprise through cost and revenue recovery services. He specializes in creating efficient exchange of risk information synergies in the marketplace. Dan leads Advisory Service Delivery Transformation, helping clients’ efforts in shared services and outsourcing environment improvements.
Ryan has more than 14 years of experience helping global companies improve their sourcing and procurement efficiency and effectiveness. He specializes in leading complex strategic sourcing engagements and has helped his clients save over $350M. Ryan brings broad, cross-industry experience across the source-to-pay cycle, including strategic sourcing, supplier risk management, policy/process design, master data management, system design, implementation, and governance, and organizational design.
Holly is a partner in the Forensic practice of Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP with more than 18 years of public accounting and professional services experience focusing on both proactive and reactive matters related to fraud, corruption, and regulatory compliance. She is the US Consumer Products lead for Enterprise Compliance Services and the US Forensic point of contact for Consumer & Industrial Products. Holly advises and assists clients on: Global anti-corruption/Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) investigations Anti-corruption/anti-bribery compliance program assessment, design, and implementation Anti-fraud program assessment, design and implementation; fraud risk assessments Third-party risk management; services related to whistleblower hotline analysis, implementation, and response Proactive and on-going monitoring The analysis and development of policies, procedures, controls, training, and communications related to fraud, corruption, and ethics & compliance.