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Stranded in Excel? Moving Beyond Basic Technology for ERM

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A 2018 ERM Benchmarking Survey revealed that despite the wealth of tools promising efficient risk management, 63% of organizations continue to rely on basic office tools like MS Excel and PowerPoint for their Enterprise Risk Management program.

Technology can facilitate greater integration of risk management. Yet, few organizations have embraced the power of enterprise wide technology for ERM. In this webinar, providers and users of risk management software will discuss the benefits of using ERM technology, solutions on the market, best practices when evaluating a software vendor, determining if you're ready for software and barriers to implementation.

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

Contributors

  • Ollie de Boer, Associate and Software Lead, Satarla

    An enterprise risk and project management professional who helps organisations make risk-informed decisions through a simple yet scalable methodology. Currently residing in British Colombia, he's previously lived in Alberta, upstate New York and for most of his life in the UK, where he attended the London School of Economics as a postgraduate criminologist.

    Ollie has worked with clients across a range of industries, including: mining, oil & gas, agriculture, textiles, sport, utilities and financial services, leading on risk management technology projects, and delivering enterprise risk management training, consultancy and research services. Prior to this he held numerous roles at G4S, the world's largest security services provider, where as the Group Risk Manager he supported the design and roll-out an enterprise-wide risk management framework, and lead on the selection and implementation of risk and audit software across 150 locations. He's also worked at the Ministry of Justice, UK, where he first worked with risk data to inform decision-making

  • Celeste Duke, Senior Manager, E&Y

    Céleste Duke is a Senior Manager in EY’s Advisory Services practice and leads Canada’s national GRC practice. She has over eighteen years of experience, with sixteen in professional services. Her experience includes IT and enterprise risk management, third party risk management, and design and implementation of controls.

    In recent years, Céleste has focused on helping clients develop and transform their risk frameworks, processes and methodologies, accelerate IT initiatives and enable governance risk and controls (GRC) solutions. This includes performing current state assessment of risk programs, designing governance and target operating models, re-engineering and developing risk processes and methodologies and supporting GRC vendor selections and implementations.

    Céleste has worked with clients across multiple industries and is fluent in French and English. She holds a bachelor’s of Mathematics from the University of Waterloo, is a Certified information Systems Auditor (CISA) and is Certified in Risk and Information Systems Controls (CRISC).

  • 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.

March 27, 2019
Wed 1:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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