RISK MANAGER IN POLE POSITION
European Risk Management Forum 2017 – REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
Registration is now open for the 2017 FERMA Forum, the biggest pan-European risk management event of the year. FERMA has revamped the programme to offer new formats and contributions from a wide range of experts. The event will take place from 15-18 October at the Grimaldi Forum, Monte Carlo. Here are some highlights:
Opening keynote speaker
Risk Manager in Pole Position is the conference theme. FERMA is delighted to have as the opening keynote speaker Mark Gallagher, Managing Director for CMS Motor Sport and co-owner of Status Grand Prix. Mark has also held senior roles with the Jordan and Red Bull Racing Formula One teams.
New – Europe at the Crossroads
Steering risk in turbulent times is a second theme of the Forum. Experts from business, research and government will assess the risks and opportunities for Europe today as it faces Brexit, populism, protectionism, political upheavals and uncertainty over climate change mitigation.
New – Masterclasses
ICHEC from Belgium, ALP from Italy and the University of Malta, FERMA partners in the certification programme rimap®,are hosting three masterclasses before the start of the day’s sessions. The subjects are: risk management information systems in the age of Big Data; risk reporting to multiple audiences, and integrating internal control self-assessment and risk management.
New – Business sector networking for risk managers only
Risk managers can share common interests with their peers in the same industry sector across European borders.
Don’t break the bank at Monte Carlo
The first 100 risk managers, who are members of FERMA associations and register for the Forum before the end of June, can bring another risk manager to the Forum for FREE.
FERMA has negotiated hotel rates and discounts on ground transport, and flights to Nice are available at good prices for early booking.For more information about the programme, have a look at our FERMA Forum Brochure or click here to visit our website