Understanding The SEC, Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), and Corporate Governance
Overview:Since its enactment last February 2010, SEC Rule No. 33-9089 has remained a challenge for many companies as it exposes potential vulnerabilities by enforcing the disclosure of a company's compensation policies and practices in relation to risk management.
In light of these heightened regulatory and enforcement environment, companies should reevaluate the framework and efficiency of their risk management policies.
The Knowledge Group has assembled a panel of speaker experts and thought leaders to help walk you through the fundamentals of this SEC rule, ERM processes and corporate governance. They will help you understand these complicated issues in a two-hour LIVE webcast. This is a must-attend event for company executives, senior leaders and risk managers.
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1. Too much time spent on arguing about allocation of risk.
2. Enterprise risk actually much greater given extended nature of today's global enterprises.
3. More effort needs to be spent collaboratively identifying, prioritizing and minimizing risk, before arguing about allocation of residual risk -- what does that mean in terms of deal formation and ongoing governance.
- What ERM is and is not, it fundamentals
- The process, the greatest cost is the dedication of time
- The need of communication and the breaking down of silos within an organization
- What does the end product look like
Who Should Attend:
- Chief Risk Officer
- Finance Executive
- Risk Manager
- Strategic planning
- Compliance & Ethics
- Accounting / Financial Compliance, Lawyers
- Operational Quality Assurance
- Internal Audit
- Operations Management
Michael Mensik is a partner with Baker & McKenzie LLP as well the global co-coordinator of the firm’s Global Information Technology/Communications Law practice. Ranked as a leading Technology and Outsourcing attorney by Chambers, Mr. Mensik is described as “an expert in a variety of topics and knows the best person in every office around the world for your situation.” In 2009, he was inducted into the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals’ “Outsourcing Hall of Fame.”
Mr. Mensik was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and resided in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, until 1964. He attended Stanford University (B.A., Economics, with distinction, 1976) and the University of California at Berkeley, Boalt Hall (J.D. and M.A., Economics, 1980). While a student, Mr. Mensik attended Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perứ in Lima, Peru. He is admitted to practice law in Illinois.
Michael Mensik is a partner with Baker & McKenzie LLP as well the global co-coordinator of the firm’s Global Information …
As Managing Director and National Practice Leader for Property and Enterprise Risk, Friedl is responsible for managing new product development, customer retention, new business development, and claims advocacy activities for property product lines. Additionally, he helps build and support Industry Practice Groups to effectively network the organization. Friedl also manages enterprise risk, working with Wells Fargo Insurance Services account teams and customers to assist in evaluating total risk impacts and developing solutions through various products and structures.
Prior to joining Wells Fargo Insurance Services, Friedl was a Senior Vice President at Zurich Financial Services Group for 12 years. There he focused on property and integrated risk new business development and account retention, as well as, serving on the Global Corporate Customer and Distribution team. Prior to joining Zurich, Friedl was a Senior Account Executive with Industrial Risk Insurers (IRI) where he focused on producing and retaining large, high-hazard customers. During his 18 years with IRI, Friedl served in many capacities; his first was as a Loss Prevention and Fire Protection Engineer to which he still stays current.
Friedl received his bachelor’s of science in industrial technology from East Carolina University, Greenville, N.C. With more than 20 years of international travel, Friedl has experience and knowledge of culturally diverse business practices.
As Managing Director and National Practice Leader for Property and Enterprise Risk, Friedl is responsible for managing new product development, …
Sanjay is in PwC’s Governance, Risk and Compliance Practice in New York where he specializes in enterprise risk management, derivatives, market risk, credit risk, Basel requirements and asset/liability management practices.
His experience has been focused on Derivatives Process Reviews, Financial Operations, and Investment Management, Asset/Liability Management, and Business Process Improvement. He has worked with major insurance, financial service, telecommunications, & multi-national conglomerates in developing and focusing on operational, internal control, and financial risk management. Sanjay has worked directly with CFO’s, COO's, Treasurer’s, Controller’s, Traders, and other Senior Management. Sanjay has managed several engagements in the areas of derivatives valuation, FAS 133 accounting, financial controls and process improvement opportunities along front, middle and back-office functions of financial institutions with leading presence in capital markets activities. Prior to joining PwC, Sanjay worked for General Motors Asset Management, JPMorgan Chase and Empire Valuation. Sanjay holds a B.S. at Niagara University and an M.B.A. from the William E. Simon School of Business at the University of Rochester
Sanjay is in PwC’s Governance, Risk and Compliance Practice in New York where he specializes in enterprise risk management, derivatives, …
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