Compliance and Regulatory Risk Management' is a comprehensive three-day course intended to give delegates an excellent introduction to the basic principles and core concepts of risk, and risk management. From this background, delegates will then develop a good understanding of the wide range of risks associated with compliance and regulation, and how these risks can be assessed and managed effectively; the course will consider these risks on both a domestic and international dimension. Critical risks associated with ethics, culture and behaviours will also be considered in some depth.
Arguably, the greatest and fastest-developing risk that companies and organisations currently face is that of managing the compliance of their Third-Parties and this crucial area is covered extensively in the course and is intended to give delegates an excellent understanding of how to manage compliance with particular regard to wide-ranging third-party relationships, including suppliers, agents, contractors and partnerships. The course will consider the full range of issues that need to be considered in managing relationships with third-parties, of varying sizes, types and locations. There will a review of the tools and techniques of third-party management, including a section on the ‘Associated Persons’ requirement of the UK Bribery Act, which relates to third-party relationship analysis, risk and management. The course is organised on a highly interactive basis, with plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion.
The course will be relevant to a wide range of delegates from differing backgrounds including risk management, legal, finance, general management, government relations, strategy, regulation and compliance; compliance delegates, for example, will range from Chief Compliance Officer through to more junior compliance officers
In addition to the core course materials, delegates will also receive related Whitepapers and published short articles produced by the Course Leader.
Summary of Course Content
- Practical risk management
- Compliance risk management strategy
- Key methodologies in assessing risk, including regulatory risks
- Risks associated with ethics, culture and behaviours
- Techniques to map out a course of action
As part of the course, delegates will undertake a combination of case studies, group discussions and exercises. Delegates will also have the opportunity to apply the techniques and lessons learnt from the case studies to their own company, organisation, and role.
Who should attend this training course?
The course will be relevant to a wide range of delegates from differing backgrounds including
- Risk management
- Legal management
- Finance management
- General management
- Government relations