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Governance, Risk, & Compliance
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In August 2018, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced charges against several entities for misconduct involving faulty investment models and ordered those entities to refund a significant amount to misled retail investors. These actions highlighted the increasing risks that models pose to investment managers. Participants will hear what investment managers should consider as they develop policies and inventory their models.
Leading organizations are extending the risk management ecosystem to include suppliers, customers, and others. How effectively does this extended enterprise risk management (EERM) approach replace peripheral, siloed activities with ecosystem-spanning programs? Participants will learn about new technological and organizational approaches that can help establish an extended enterprise digital platform, reduce necessary investment, and establish clear accountability for managing and executing activities beyond traditional organizational walls.
Topping board and committee agendas in 2018 were topics such as culture, regulatory changes, board composition and diversity, corporate social purpose, and board compensation. Which of these issues and other topics may demand more attention from the board and committees in 2019? Participants will gain insight into topics expected to drive board and committee agendas in 2019.
Corporate culture risk and the board
July 18, 2018