Associação Comercial do Rio de Janeiro - Auditório
Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is an integrated approach that enables measuring both upside and downside volatility across all segments of the enterprise, managing all key risks taken together, and making risk-reward decisions enterprise-wide. Forward-thinking organizations are adopting ERM to enhance strategic planning and decision-making, better prioritize risk efforts, strengthen risk governance, and sustain their competitive advantage.
Columbia’s Programs in Enterprise Risk Management equip risk professionals with the tools they need to develop and deploy an ERM framework and strategy, transform their businesses into next-generation enterprise risk-savvy organizations, and create value for their stakeholders.
Sim Segal, Lecturer and Director Columbia SCE Programs in Enterprise Risk Management
Introduction to value-based ERM framework that (a) quantifies all risks; (b) clearly defines risk appetite; and (c) integrates ERM into decision-making.
3:00 PM – 3:30 PM - Coffee Break and Networking
3:30 PM – 4:30 PM - Killer Risks: Torpedoes in the Water
Sim Segal, Examination and case studies of risks that are easily identifiable, politically difficult to discuss, and leading indicators of large risk events.
4:30 PM – 4:45 PM - Closing Comments
Sim Segal is president and founder of SimErgy Consulting. With 25 years of experience in measuring and managing risk, Segal is a globally recognized ERM thought leader with broad functional experience, deep technical knowledge, and ERM experience in a variety of sectors and geographies.