Operational Risk Special Interest Group

Group Chairs: Paul Saunders and Andrew Lilley


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Group aims and Objectives

The IRM Operational Risk Special Interest Group provides a forum for IRM members and non members interested to exchange views and experiences on operational risk management, methods and development, to share best practice, and to learn from and network with people interested in operational risk.

The objectives of the Operational Risk Special Interest Group are to:

  • exchange views and experiences on operational risk management, methods and developments:
  • What approaches are being used now?
  • Which work, which don't, and why?
  • What are the remaining problems? Approaches to solving them?
  • What lies ahead? Emerging best practice? Industry consensus? and
  • network with people interested in the same subject areas
  • engage proactively with other groups
  • provide input back into the IRM (post papers on website, contribute a blog, etc)

Discussion Forums

Each IRM SIG has a dedicated discussion forum, allowing you to discuss issues and network with members across the world.

Visit the Operational Risk Special Interest Group discussion forum


Upcoming meetings

TBC

Past meetings

First line risk management with 1Lod

Date Wednesday, 13 November 2019
Time

17.30 – 21.00

Location:  15th Floor Aldgate Tower, 2 Leman Street, London E1 8QN
Booking:

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Mitigating conduct risk across the three lines of defence

Calendar Wednesday 1st March 2017
Time

18.00 – 20.00

Location

GD Financial Markets LLP, 6 Agar Street, London WC2N 4HN

With our alliance partner Dufrain, we hosted a financial markets sector update for the Institute of Risk Management’s special interest group on Operational Risk.

Using data to mitigate conduct risk across the three-lines-of- defence.
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Visit MyIRM to download presentations from previous IRM Operational Risk SIG meetings.