Date(s) - 05/05/2017
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
When & Where
5 May 2017 London
4 October 2017 London
Who should attend?
Non-risk managers and professionals.
What are the outcomes of attending?
- What is Risk? Downside and opportunity risk. Where and how a business is vulnerable in its risk universe
- Where is risk inherent in the insurance process?
- Risk classifications: underwriting; market; credit; liquidity; group; operational; business; strategic; reputational
- Risk management principles and processes: risk appetite; identification; assessment; mitigation; reporting and monitoring
- Risk impact, frequency and volatility, and controllability… in your own areas of responsibility
- The role and use of the risk register
- Risk mitigation and risk funding buffers: working capital, solvency capital, and economic capital.
By the end of the course you will be able to:
- Explore categories of risks faced by insurers, and their consequences
- Summarise the basic principles of risk management
- Analyse and quantify risks
- Identify the fundamental processes and tools of risk management
- Assign key indicators to risks and their risk controls
- Differentiate between working capital, economic capital and solvency capital
- Assess the alternative ways of mitigating and/or funding risks
- Outline the responsibilities for risk management across the firm
- Introduce the concept of enterprise risk management.
Who is running the workshop?
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How do I book?
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