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Welcome to the Risk Intelligence Podcast, where the Global Association of Risk Professionals, also known as GARP, brings together the world’s foremost Risk Practitioners, from around the globe, for in depth insights and discussions on today’s most important risk issues in finance and energy. Here is your chance to listen in.
 
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COVID-19 has resulted in significant decreases in demand for electricity, primarily due social distancing and quarantine policies. Glen Swindle, Managing Partner at Scoville Risk Partners, an energy analytics firm, joins us to take a deeper dive into the impact of COVID-19, and to look at other uncertainty factors driving electricity markets today.…
 
The pandemic has certainly had a significant impact on the third line of defense in risk management, presenting audit with significant challenges in areas like credit risk modeling, emerging risk evaluation, internal controls and remote working. In this podcast, Citi’s Chief Auditor for risk, Andy Blight, discusses the fallout from COVID-19, the ch…
 
The pandemic has had a dramatic impact on commercial real estate, greatly dimming the short-term attractiveness of big cities while triggering extremely high delinquency rates on CRE loans and skyrocketing office vacancies. In this podcast, we speak with Bob Lieber, executive managing director at Island Capital Group, about the repercussions of COV…
 
Clearly, the impacts of COVID-19 on banks globally are unprecedented and requiring huge pivots in a short time. Join us on this podcast where our experts discuss banking challenges, the impacts on balance sheet reporting, relationships with regulators, auditors and investors, what it all means for loan portfolios, the intersections with governments…
 
We would like to thank our listeners for tuning in to our special subseries on COVID-19. We have had some fascinating and productive discussions and will surely continue to discuss this subject for a long time to come. We will, however, be easing from the weekly cadence on this subseries as we re-expand our coverage on other pressing elements of ri…
 
**We’d like to take a moment to inform you that this climate series is moving to its own dedicated channel. All future episodes, as well as the previous four instalments of the series, will now be located on the Climate Risk Podcast channel. You can find us HERE. ** In this episode of the Climate Risk Podcast series, we are moving beyond financial …
 
Today, we welcome back Steve Durbin, Managing Director of the Information Security Forum (ISF), to discuss the evolving implications of data privacy in the face of our concerns around information pertaining to public health. Companies and employers are starting to collect and process new categories of potentially sensitive information about their e…
 
Companies looking to expand globally might be hesitant to tap into new markets given how the business environment has changed so dramatically as a result of the pandemic. This moment in time is an inflection point for businesses to redefine their approach and strategy for global growth and a time to transform their old ways of doing such things as …
 
Today’s chief risk officers must not only contend with the economic impact and shock of the pandemic but also manage complex challenges like racial violence, climate change, geo-political change and global supply-chain failure. Robert Sales, GARP’s Editorial Director, speaks with Brenda Boultwood, former senior vice president and chief risk officer…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic underscores the importance of environmental and social risk factors, as well as strong governance. Business structures are changing to become more resilient and sustainable, leading to a greater focus on G and S as companies align purpose with profits. In this podcast, Elena Philipova, Global Head of ESG Proposition at Refinit…
 
Shutting down the global economy in the age of Covid-19 was tough. Reopening is proving even harder. How should organizations continue operating in this new normal? What are best practices and lessons learned from past outbreaks including SARS, MERS, H1N1, H5N1, Zika, and Ebola, and other hazards. In this podcast, Chloe Demrovsky, President & CEO o…
 
Continuing our theme from the last episode of the COVID series, in this special episode of the Climate Risk Podcast Series, host and Co-president of the GARP Risk Institute, Jo Paisley, is again joined by John Scott, Head of Sustainability Risk for the Zurich Insurance Group. Having briefly touched on some of the interconnections that exist between…
 
COVID-19 is having a dramatic impact on the nature of market, credit, financial, and operational risks facing companies. Information about these risks is evolving at a rapid pace. To help risk managers stay informed of the latest developments and address the challenges associated with COVID-19, GARP has launched a podcast series featuring lively di…
 
Insurance plays such an important role in how we collectively navigate risk and many insurance firms are already used to dealing with the extreme weather events that are being made worse and more frequent by climate change. It is therefore important that the experience and insights found within the insurance sector are brought to bear on the pressi…
 
The effects of COVID-19 spread to virtually every aspect of Hong Kong’s economy, impacting operational, credit and market risks at all types of businesses, including banks. Many companies, in fact, saw payments for goods from customers in the US and Europe grind to a complete halt. In response, the city’s central bank, the Hong Kong Monetary Author…
 
We would like to thank our listeners for tuning in to our special subseries on COVID-19. We will be skipping this week due to the holidays, but will resume our weekly series on June 1st with an enlightening conversation with Arthur Yuen, Deputy CEO of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, on The Economic and Risk Impact of COVID-19: How Hong Kong is Fi…
 
The current pandemic is having an enormous impact on the leveraged loan markets which until recently were priced to perfection. Bid-Ask spreads have widened dramatically, and leveraged loan indexes have fallen substantially. One of the biggest areas of concern is over collateralization of CLOs, particularly in the US. We would like to invite you to…
 
To help risk managers stay informed of the latest developments and address the challenges associated with COVID-19, GARP has launched a podcast series featuring lively discussions with thought leaders and experts. The economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic – including crashing stock markets, plummeting oil prices and soaring unemployment – …
 
COVID-19 is having a dramatic impact on the nature of market, credit, financial, and operational risks facing companies. Information about these risks is evolving at a rapid pace. To help risk managers stay informed of the latest developments and address the challenges associated with COVID-19, GARP has launched a podcast series featuring lively di…
 
COVID-19 is having a dramatic impact on the nature of market, credit, financial, and operational risks facing companies. Information about these risks is evolving at a rapid pace. To help risk managers stay informed of the latest developments and address the challenges associated with COVID-19, GARP has launched a podcast series featuring lively di…
 
Welcome back to GARP’s Climate Risk Podcast Series. Through the course of this series we will be bringing you insights from those working at the cutting edge of climate change. We will be joined by regulators, business leaders and risk practitioners who will help us build up a holistic view of the risks and opportunities that climate change poses a…
 
Welcome to the first episode of GARP Podcasts Climate Risk Series. Through the course of this series we will be bringing you insights from those working at the cutting edge of climate change. We will be joined by regulators, business leaders and risk practitioners who will help us build up a holistic view of the risks and opportunities that climate…
 
A new report from the Financial Reporting Lab of the UK Financial Reporting Council (FRC) reveals that companies are falling short of investors’ expectations for clearer reporting on climate-related issues. It notes that while reporting on climate change is an evolving practice, investor expectations are changing rapidly. The Financial Reporting La…
 
In this episode, GARP Executive Editor, Robert Sales, speaks with Brenda Boultwood, a former CRO and a current Risk Advisory Partner at Deloitte, about the core components of a well understood risk management program, including: framework, policy, taxonomy, methodology and reporting. How can a company develop these integral risk management building…
 
According to a new report from BCS Consulting, more than a third of the world’s top 75 banks have still not declared their support for the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), an initiative to get companies to disclose clear comparable and consistent information about the risks and opportunities presented by climate change. I…
 
On this episode we are so pleased to welcome: Hillary Ackerman, former CRO, Goldman Sachs Bank, now retired, and the boards of Dynegy Inc, Hartford Funds, Credit Suisse USA, and Vistra Energy Craig Broderick, former CRO, Goldman Sachs Mark Hughes former CRO at RBC Chris Van Buren, CRO-Financial Risk, TIAA-CREF Anna Aster, Principal, Heidrick and St…
 
GARP's new podcast with SAS, The New Age of Risk Analytics, features an episode focusing on the new insurance accounting standard, IFRS 17, which may have broader implications for risk managers - whether you are in insurance or not - than might be realized. David Anderson, Advisory Director, Risk Consulting at KPMG US and Bryce Ehrhardt, Director, …
 
Sweeping changes to regulations and accounting standards, breakneck advances in technology and the emergence of innovative competitors are upending the traditional business model. To adapt to this new environment, risk and finance infrastructures must evolve. Over the years, GARP and SAS have worked together to bring risk practitioners unique insig…
 
As a cyber risk management adviser to public- and private-sector organizations, Coalfire has a firsthand perspective on information security challenges, how they are evolving, and best practices for compliance and controls. CEO Tom McAndrew discusses the current threat environment; security implications of new technologies such as the cloud; and wh…
 
Risk managers’ role “involves two related but fundamentally different tasks,” David M. Rowe writes in An Insider’s Guide to Risk Management. Rowe expounds on these tasks – avoiding a “death of a thousand cuts” in normal market conditions, and protecting firms from the potentially lethal impact of catastrophic events – with insights from a 40-plus y…
 
In 2015, Paxos (then known as itBit) became the first firm active in the emerging digital asset and blockchain business to obtain a New York State trust company charter. Recent milestones include the launch of the Paxos Standard “digital dollar” token and INTL FCStone’s adoption of the Paxos Confirmation Service in the precious metals market. In th…
 
Christine Todd Whitman, former Governor of the State of New Jersey and former Administrator of the EPA (2001-2003), shared her perspectives about creating common ground in communicating climate risks. “We are making gestures that seem to be industry friendly, but are we all–industry included–going to pay a very high price for the consequences,” Gov…
 
At Citibank, David X Martin (http://davidxmartin.com/) developed one of the first comprehensive enterprise risk management processes. While with AllianceBernstein, he was the founding chairman of the Investment Company Institute’s Risk Committee. Drawing on his lengthy career as a risk management executive, consultant/adviser, author and educator, …
 
Fully in effect as of May 25, 2018, the far-reaching data security and privacy provisions of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation are no longer hypothetical for risk managers and compliance officers. In this podcast, Information Security Forum managing director Steve Durbin discusses the corporate world’s state of preparedness as…
 
Fabio Natalucci, Deputy Director of the Monetary and Capital Markets Department at the International Monetary Fund, discusses the April 2018 Global Financial Stability Report (GFSR). A bumpy road ahead could put growth at risk in the medium term, both because short-term financial-stability risks have increased, and because financial vulnerabilities…
 
Jeh Johnson, former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, speaks with Jeremy Davis, VP, Media and Event Producer, GARP about the new age of risk. The risk landscape that we now face is one in which emerging and non-traditional risks intersect to create exponentially complex threats to global stability. That’s where Secretary Jeh Johnson comes in, as…
 
From new fraud-detecting technologies to the ways in which Google disrupts innovation in the financial sector, the FinTech revolution has completely transformed the face of risk management. On Monday, March 5, join Michael B. Imerman for a day-long Master Class on Managing Systemic FinTech and Disruptive Innovation Risks. Listen to Imerman’s introd…
 
In this episode, Steve Beattie, Principal and Global Financial Crime Operations and Advisory Leader at EY, joins GARP Editor in Chief Jeff Kutler for a discussion about financial crime and the industry response to it. Beattie shares his professional insights on the state of regulation, compliance and law enforcement—particularly as it affects the f…
 
Steve Durbin, Managing Director of the Information Security Forum (ISF), talks to GARP Editor-in-Chief Jeff Kutler about ISF’s 2018 Global Security Threat Outlook. The discussion covers some of its key findings in the areas of crime-as-a-service (CaaS), Internet of Things (IoT), supply chain exposures, regulatory complexity, and board-of-director e…
 
Mark Watson, Executive Director in EY’s Financial Services Organization (FSO) advisory practice, joins GARP’s Jeff Kutler to discuss the 8th annual EY/Institute of International Finance (IIF) global bank risk management survey, “Restore, rationalize and reinvent: A fundamental shift in the way banks manage risk.” The survey follows the industry’s p…
 
In the first installment of this series, Jeremy Davis (Vice President, Media and Events, GARP) speaks to Mary Schapiro (29th Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission) about her work with the Financial Stability Board’s task force. This series will explore the future of risk and risk management in various sectors across the industry. This epi…
 
Jack Tomarchio (former Principal Deputy Under Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis, Department of Homeland Security) shares his invaluable insights into the recent political hacks and teaches the crowd how to think like an intelligence officer. Tomarchio has served as the senior official in charge of the Intelligence Directorate's intelligence s…
 
Candice Nonas (Managing Consultant, Resources Global Professionals) moderates a panel of professionals from Deutsche Bank, Ernst & Young, and more about the current state of the risk field. Our global chapter network is a core benefit of our community. The regional chapters bring together panels of experienced risk professionals to provide insight …
 
John Carlin (Chair, Global Risk and Crisis Management, Morrison & Foerster; former Assistant Attorney General of the Justice Department’s National Security Division) discusses enterprise-wide approaches to managing cyber risk. The complex cybersecurity landscape has redefined how senior management and boards of directors approach cyber risk managem…
 
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