8.30 - 9.00 coffee and registration
9.00 - 9.10 Welcome MAXINE BENSON MBE & KAREN GILL MBE, FOUNDERS, EVERYWOMAN LTD
9.10 - 9.15 Address from Deutsche Bank
Betsy Konvalinka, Global COO, Risk and Managing Director, Deutsche Bank
9.15 - 9.40 Panel session: Mind the gap
Chair: Helen Hunter Jones, Head of Group Risk & Business Continuity, Network Rail
Aisling Doyle, Global Head of Credit Risk Portfolio Management and Managing Director, Deutsche Bank
Thomas Christophers, Head of Risk, Thames Water
George Clark, Chair, Institute of Operational Risk
Jo McDonald, Head of Risk Management Division, Department of Work and Pensions
Is there a gender diversity issue in the risk management profession? In this session key players will discuss the gender pay gap and debate if it applies to the risk profession and how should it be dealt with.
9.40 - 10.00 IMPACT OF CULTURE ON THE MANAGMENT OF RISK
10.00 - 10.50 PANEL SESSION: Risk culture, conduct and competence
Chair: Jane Walde, Head of Group Risk, Informa
Kathryn Kerle, Head of Decision Making, Decision Committee Chair, RBS
Adrian Munday, Non-financial Risk Management COO and Managing Director, Deutsche Bank
How can you create a risk culture, and what role do women play within this? Hear from an industry expert on how best to build a strong organisational culture in which risk management is a key priority.
10.50 - 11.10 The management for risk on committees and boards
11.10 - 11.30 MORNING BREAK
11.30 - 12.00 Panel SESSION: tHE FUTURE OF THE RISK MANAGEMENT profession
Chair: Grace Brasington, Vice President, Global Banking and Financial Markets, IBM
Nicola Crawford, Managing Director, i-Risk Group
Melissa Hague, Specialist Advisor & Consultant, Global Premier Sports Advisory Group
Martha Philips, Head of IT Risk & Assurance, Aviva
In this session our panel members discuss the vital leadership skills required for women in risk in the 21st century.
12.00 - 12.20 Unconscious bias in risk management
Katherine Bryant, Executive Coach, The Progress Partnership
While more women than ever are choosing careers in the quantitative side of risk management, more could be done to encourage women into this area and the profession as a whole. This session will look at how you can better develop an awareness of your own unconscious bias and it’s impact on your day to day practices such as recruitment, decision making and team dynamics.
12.20 - 13.00 Panel session: Reverse mentoring
With clear differences identified by many in how different generations work, especially with the ongoing introduction of new technologies, reverse mentoring, in which older executives are paired with and mentored by younger employees, is becoming an increasing popular initiative. In this session hear from key players who share their first-hand experience of this scheme and discuss the benefits and challenges faced.
Chair: Denise McQuaid, Commercial and Strategy Director, everywoman
Bukola Adisa, Head of RCSA Design & Execution, Managing Director, Barclays
Gail Danvers, Director, PSD Group
Kerrie Dorman, Association of Business Mentors
13.00 - 14.00 Lunch
14:00 - 15:00 Power Hours
1 - Own the room – Jodi Goldman
2 - Be your own PR machine – Des Christofi
15.00 - 15.05 Session changeover
15.05 - 16.05 Power hours continued
16.05 - 16.20 The gender advantage
Iain Wright, CRO, Quilter
Hear from keynote Iain Wright as he discusses building gender diversity into risk and investment decisions.
16.25 - 16.45 KEYNOTE
Torie Chilcott, Founder and Director, Paddle Consulting
16.45- 16.55 Closing Remarks
16.55 - 18.15 Networking and coffee