Innovation in Risk Management - SYDNEY
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Commonwealth Bank, Darling Park, Tower 1, Level 20, 201 Sussex Street, Sydney
Wed 5 July 2017 | 4.00pm Presentation followed by networking drinks from 5.00pm to 6.00pm
The RMA is pleased to announce that Ms Terri Clementson, Principal in Deloitte’s SE Asian Financial Crime Network, will present at its July session in Sydney on ‘Innovation in Risk Management’.
Terri will explore four areas of innovation in risk:
• Trends and technology shifting the risk monitoring burden to end-users / those vulnerable
• Innovation levers like data analytics – unlocking new ways to sense and respond to risk proactively
• Ways in which innovation can be used to strip complexity from processes; obligations and human fallibility
• How innovation could transform the three lines of defence in risk
Register now to reserve your seat at what will be a most interesting and informative session.
Speaker: Terri Clementson, Principal, South East Asian Financial Crime Network, Deloitte
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:-
Principal, SE Asian Financial Crime Network, Deloitte
Terri is a Financial Crime specialist in Deloitte’s Risk Practice. She has had a varied career in consulting as well as roles as an executive, CEO and Board Director / Chair of an Audit & Risk Committee. Her current work at Deloitte involves project design and execution across Money Laundering, Sanctions, Fraud, Bribery & Corruption, Cybersecurity & Misconduct – often where conventional approaches have failed to mitigate risk / cost. In Australian banking Terri has developed new vulnerability scanning techniques, granular profiling of threat actors and new ways of addressing transnational regulatory failure. More broadly in Deloitte Risk, Terri has solved problems associated with emergency response analytics following Japan’s earthquake/tsunami/Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, brought predictive analytics to mines to identify previously unrecognised risk markers and prevent the loss of life and experimented with large scale visual assets to accelerate executive decision-making under stress.
Her mantra is there is always a smarter way.
Terri’s believes blind-spots are often driven by a lack of time /space to integrate emerging knowledge; different models & ways of seeing conventional problems – beyond the deep subject matter expertise that’s directly relevant to risk topics. To stimulate her own creativity Terri has undertaken tertiary studies in graphic design, biotechnology, anthropology, law, social cognitive neuroscience, media and organised crime - as well as business, entrepreneurship and management. Terri has worked across the world and lived in several cultures. She plays musical instruments; paints portraits; sails; flies helicopters and is a farmer. These experiences have changed the way her mind works to find fresh solutions inside risk problems to reduce cost, complexity and effort.