30 September - 02 October, 2019
Grosvenor House Hotel, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Alexander Larsen, (BHRM, CFIRM) President at Baldwin Global Risk Services Ltd, UK

Alexander Larsen

(BHRM, CFIRM) President
Baldwin Global Risk Services Ltd, UK

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Conference Day One: Monday, 30 September 2019

Monday, September 30th, 2019

9:20 AM Trailblazer Panel: Technology disruption, risks associated and how to manage risks in the cloud?

The usage of blockchain to reduce risks, AI for risk management and accuracy improvement, RPA to change the workforce and cutting costs are some of the trends today. Digital disruption is for sure the most discussed matter in the last few years and as we know it is full of potential benefits for one`s business. However, it may create unexpected and unplanned risks. Risk professionals, who are fully aware of the advantages of these technologies and the downsides of it, will they be fully prepared to implement them successfully?

Key questions – How can new tech help risk management? Or can it? What are the risks of going digital? Or not going digital?
  • Using innovative technology to your advantage – From reducing risks and preventing hacking to improving risk management and accuracy;
  • Changing the workforce – How to cut costs, but keep your reputation?
  • Building an agile and dynamic technology risk organisation


2:30 PM The Relationship between risk appetite and key risk indicators (KRI’s) effective management

Key Risk Indicators (KRI`s) are vital predictors of unwanted events which can impact organisations in a negative way.
Understanding the power of the key risk indicators and how to define and develop them leads to an increase of the organisation`s risk appetite.

Key question – Do you know key indicators combined with risk appetite can contribute to make better decisions?
  • Creating a comprehensive risk appetite framework
  • Understanding and developing KRI

Conference Day Two: Tuesday, 01 October 2019

Tuesday, October 1st, 2019

1:30 PM Digital disruption

Cyber security risks are becoming an often discussion amongst CROs. Also, the use of innovative technologies in different areas, for example Artificial Intelligence for enhancing medical diagnosis or being used as a development for more sophisticated cyber-attacks compromising national security.