Every risk management program should be on the ISO31000 Risk Management Standard
Paris, France (PRWEB) April 07, 2012
Risk management today dictates that organisations should understand their major risks and put in place appropriate systems and processes to manage them effectively in order to achieve objectives. All risk management programs should be based on ISO 31000, the only internationally-recognized risk management standard, adopted by most G20 countries as their national risk management standard.
The highly knowledge-based two-day International conference on the ISO 31000 Risk Management Standard will explore how ISO 31000 can be incorporated into any existing risk management practice, helping attendees to develop a practical tailored action plan for their own business or those of their clients.
With more than 30 speakers, 4 plenary sessions, 10 parallel sessions including training opportunities, this conference is the risk management event of the year. Topics discussed will cover all aspects of risk management for multi-national and international companies alike.
"This international conference on ISO 31000 is addressed for the first time to the global risk management community active across all fields, sectors, industries and services related to risk management. We have gathered together an outstanding panel of international experts and practitioners from your sector to share their current perspectives on the ISO 31000 Risk Management standard”, said Alex Dali, President of G31000, the international not-for-profit NGO based in France dedicated to raise awareness on the ISO 31000 standard.
During the main and parallel sessions, receptions, lunches and conference breaks, participants will have the opportunity to meet experts in ISO 31000, risk managers, CEOs, CFOs and others decision-makers.
Parallel sessions on
- Regulatory Authorities
- Business Continuity
- Human Factors
- Internal Audit
- Finance and Banking
- Moving from COSO ERM
- Raising awareness, worldwide
Plenary session topics include
- Why ISO 31000 will become the global risk management standard
- 20 years of risk management standardization - Past, Present and Future
- Why every risk management program should be based on ISO 31000
- How to implement or adapt your risk management program using ISO 31000 ?
- G31000 – the platform for ISO 31000
The Global Institute for Risk Management Standards provides its members with business information and knowledge on the ISO 31000 Risk Management Standard which enables them to reinforce business performance and their decision-making process, thus giving a valuable competitive advantage and making a positive contribution to their success.
The Global Institute for Risk Management Standards is involved in the creation of G31000, a global platform for ISO 31000, and initiating multiple initiatives around the ISO 31000 standard.
The official launch of G31000 is scheduled at the Conference in May 2012.