22 episodes

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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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.

 

    Climate-related Corporate Reporting: Where to Next?

    Climate-related Corporate Reporting: Where to Next?

    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 Lab of the UK Financial Reporting Council (FRC) recently released a report that reveals companies may be falling short of investors’ expectations for clear reporting on climate-related issues. In this episode, GARP Risk Institute Co-President Jo Paisley speaks with Phil Fitz-Gerald, Director of the FRC's Financial Reporting Lab about the key findings of their report, what best practices are emerging around climate related corporate reporting, and how reporting can change behavior. You can download the report here: Climate-related corporate reporting – Where to next?

    • 26 min
    How to Build a Well-Understood Risk Management Program

    How to Build a Well-Understood Risk Management Program

    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 blocks, and how do they fit together?
    Click here to read Brenda’s CRO Outlook column on GARP’s Risk Intelligence.

    • 24 min
    TCFD: Global Progress for the Banking Sector

    TCFD: Global Progress for the Banking Sector

    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.
     
    In this episode, GARP Risk Institute Co-President Jo Paisley speaks with Hector Fontaine, Sustainable Finance Lead at BCS Consulting about the key findings of the report, what best practices are emerging around climate risk, and how this could conceivably impact future regulation.
     
    For the GARP Risk Institute’s Global Survey on Climate Risk Management for Financial Firms, please see:   https://www.garp.org/#!/garp-risk-institute/climate-risk-management-survey
     

    • 21 min
    The Next Generation of Risk Leadership

    The Next Generation of Risk Leadership

    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 Struggles Moderated by GARP’s own Michael Sell.
     
    We wanted to thank Stacy Montagner and Anna Aster from the Heidrick team for giving us the idea for today’s discussion around the Next Generation of Risk leadership and for providing us with such a dynamic panel of speakers. 

    • 52 min
    What IFRS17 Means for You

    What IFRS17 Means for You

    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, Accounting Advisory Services at KPMG US discuss the standard and its implications and value-add opportunities. 
     
     
     
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    • 29 min
    GARP Presents: The New Age of Risk Analytics Podcast

    GARP Presents: The New Age of Risk Analytics Podcast

    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 insights on a variety of topics related to financial risk. This time, we are partnering on a brand new podcast, The New Age of Risk Analytics to take a closer look at ways to compete in this new environment. 
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    GARP is pleased to present the inaugural episode of this spinoff podcast, Operationalizing AI and Risk. 
    The deployment of AI has been a hot topic in almost all business sectors in recent years  - and  this is no different for risk professionals. In the financial services industry, especially for regulated activities, how to effectively use AI technologies has been a real question. In December of 2018, GARP and SAS surveyed more than 2,500 risk professionals to see where they stand in their understanding of Artificial Intelligence and their current usages and challenges.  
     
    For our first episode of this podcast, DeLisa M. White, GARP’s Multimedia Content Producer and your host, spoke with John Sjaastad, Senior Director of Global Risk Consulting, SAS, about these survey results, what challenges risk professionals face when it comes to using AI to its full potential, why you can’t stop learning and how AI can help your own career.  Visit www.sas.com/risksurvey to download the report discussed here today.

    • 30 min

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