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Proving the Value of Your ERM Program


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As risk professionals, we’re tasked with the responsibility to minimize and mitigate risk, all while battling skeptical and reluctant executives for increased budget and more resources. The risk management paradox is a tough pill to swallow. When you’re doing your job well, nobody notices. And when something goes wrong, you’re the scapegoat. So, how do you prove the value of something not happening?

In this webinar, our ERM experts will answer the following questions:
  • Who is ultimately responsible for risk management?
  • What metrics and KRIs should you track to measure the impact of your ERM program?
  • How do you encourage risk-based decision making across the enterprise?
  • How can technology be leveraged to maximize the value of an ERM program?

Webinars are free for RIMS members and $50.00 USD for non-members

About Resolver
Resolver makes intuitive integrated risk management software for mid to large-sized organizations, which includes solutions for ERM, business continuity, compliance and IT risk. We help our customers become secure and resilient; ready to respond to every threat and opportunity. We do this by enabling them to manage both risk and security across the enterprise in a single solution, and over 1000 of the world’s largest organizations use our cloud software to protect their employees, customers, data, brand, inventory, and shareholders. Discover what Integrated Risk Management can mean for you.


  • Jamie Gahunia, Strategic Product Manager, ERM, Resolver

    Jamie Gahunia is a Chartered Accountant and the Strategic Product Manager for Resolver’s GRC solutions, including Enterprise Risk Management, Internal Control, Internal Audit and Compliance applications. Jamie specializes in implementing technology for risk and audit teams and consults with Resolver customers to deliver solutions that enable a risk culture and strategic decision making. Prior to her role at Resolver, Jamie worked as an auditor, both nationally and abroad, for companies including Deloitte, RBC and TD.

  • Brian Link, Managing Director, Mobius One

    Brian Link is the Managing Director of Mobius One – a software company wholly-focused upon helping non-profit and cooperative organizations to better address their enterprise risk management, internal audit and regulatory compliance challenges and opportunities. Brian is also a retired partner of Ernst & Young, wherein he led enterprise risk management services for the firm’s Far East area and authored the firm’s original GRC technology selection service methodology. He has led ERM, internal audit, regulatory compliance and fraud prevention engagements for Fortune 100, government and non-profit clients spanning nearly 20 countries. He is a Certified Internal Auditor and frequent speaker at IIA international and national conferences on the topics of ERM and Internal Audit practices. Brian holds a BA in Economics from Cleveland State University and an MBA from the University of Arizona.

  • Navin Maharaj, Lead Director, PwC’s Canadian ERM Operations

    Navin Maharaj is the Lead Director in PwC Risk Assurance Services practice and heads the ERM team across Canada. Navin has over 15 years in designing and implementing Risk Management, Internal Audit, Business Continuity and Compliance programs. Navin helps management teams achieve their performance targets by better understanding and managing risk. This includes facilitating and supporting companies throughout the ERM process, from designing the risk governance and oversight structure to strategic planning and risk identification/assessment.

December 6, 2018
Thu 1:00 PM EST

Duration 1H 0M

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