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Embedding A Risk Management Culture And Values In Your Organisation

Risk Management - Everybody’s Business

Corporate Governance, pre IPO preparation, best practice, and stakeholder interests - good risk management has to be demonstrated. This seminar takes a practical look at what is risk management? What are the emerging new risks? What is the best risk management framework? How to start to embed a risk management culture and behaviour in your organization? What has insurance got to do with risk management? Managing the total cost of risk? Who is THE risk manager?

Who Should Attend

• Persons responsible for Risk
• CFO’s
• Internal Audit
• Executives, Financial Controllers, Company Secretaries, Directors who have responsibilities in this field
• Line managers who need help
• Risk Advisers

  • Overview of the risk universe
  • A risk framework
  • Key risk drivers
  • The role of the board and senior management
  • The Risk Managers role
  • Determining a risk bearing limit
  • Financing risk - what are the options
  • Where and does insurance fit in
  • Embedding RM values in an organisation


The Facilitator:

David Herratt FCII, FIRM, Chartered Insurer

David has over 30 years risk management and insurance experience. Initially as insurer of risks and in the past 15 years advising organizations on how to manage risk. He has worked in London , Stockholm , the Middle East and Asia . Working with the Skandia Group, CLP, Lloyd's (of London ), and Thomas Miller Risk Management. He has advised organisations on raising risk awareness, risk financing, captive insurance solutions, and innovative risk solutions. Managed practical risk workshops to identify and measure risks.

He has published many articles on risk and is regular conference speaker and seminar facilitator. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute and the Institute of Risk Management .


Venue & Fees


24 January, 2008, 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

Venue: Prince Marco Polo Hotel, Tsim Sha Tsui

HK$2,000 / Early Bird (if register before 28 Dec, 07)
HK$2,400 / Standard

note: Lunch, refreshment & training materials included