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2018 Extended Enterprise Risk Summit insights
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In today’s increasingly connected and globalized marketplace, how can organizations more effectively—and strategically—manage the risks that come from partnering with third parties?
- Strategically manage third party risks
- C-suite leaders on the future of third party management
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Strategically manage third-party risks
During Deloitte's 2018 Extended Enterprise Risk Summit, attendees gained perspectives from c-suite executives and third-party management leaders across multiple industries. Through plenary sessions, panels, and interactive breakout sessions, speakers imparted new perspectives to help leaders:
- Assess exposures across their organization
- Implement practical solutions for elevating relationships with business partners and customers
- Improve business performance through risk management
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C-suite leaders on the future of third party management
The extended enterprise is a complex, interconnected web of behavior and values that can impact your organization’s reputation. Leading industry executives provide insights into third-party management and the solutions they have utilized to manage risk.
- Christopher Begy, chief executive officer and US country head, BMO Financial Corporation
- Daryl Brewster, chief executive officer, CECP: The CEO Force for Good
- Susan Brye, director, third-party risk management, T-Mobile US
- Thomas Cosgrove, global head of strategy – compliance and supply, Dun & Bradstreet
- Daniel Crease, global head of third-party management, HSBC
- Deb DeHaas, vice chairman
andnational managing partner, Center for Board Effectiveness, Deloitte LLP
- Suzanne Denton, former director of enterprise operations and technology, Citigroup
- Maria Filipakis, former NYS DFS executive deputy superintendent, Capital Markets Division
- Adam Fletcher, chief information security officer, The Blackstone Group
- Marie Fortier, manager, External Recovery Program, HP
- Justin Goodyear, counsel, WilmerHale
Harttung, head standards and third-party risk management, Novartis
- Fred Knelp, founder and chief executive officer, CyberGRX
- Ellen Lafferty, senior vice president and US head of anti-bribery and corruption, HSBC Bank USA, N.A.
- Marshall Miller, partner of counsel at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz; former deputy assistant attorney general,
criminaldivision of the Department of Justice
- Matthew Queler, principal, Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory
- Mark Reiss, former executive, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.
- Hillary Rosenberg, managing director and global head of anti-bribery and corruption, Standard Charter Bank
- Dave Wilson, independent senior advisor, Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory
- Extended enterprise risk management surveys
- The flip side: Exploring the positive side of risk
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Deloitte Study: Over Half of Responding US Organizations Do Not Have Adequate Knowledge or Appropriate Visibility Into Third-Party Outsourced Relationships
Increasing focus on managing the extended enterprise as dependence on third parties grows
CyberGRX and Deloitte collaborate for the extended enterprise