Mitigating Supply Chain Threats The Financial Sector has Ignored for Too Long

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Ken Wolckenhauer with Nordea; Nita Kohli,with Freddie Mac; and Sujatha Ramesh with Citi.

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How can disruptive “black swan” events be dead when the the financial sector is contending with COVID-19, SolarWinds, China trade wars, and other supply chain threats on an almost daily basis? The answer is there in the question: Highly disruptive, unpredictable events are now regular occurrences. Financial Institutions can no longer be forgiven for not anticipating their impacts. Two-thirds of highly publicized cyber breaches now occur through the supply chain. Outdated and siloed approaches to supply chain risk management are a recipe for deep financial loss and brand damage. Supplier visibility is now a boardroom topic across most financial institutions—which means organizations need a new strategy for understanding disruptions and gaining operational resilience. Moderated by Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO and founder of Interos, this on-demand webinar provides critical insight into today’s biggest supply chain challenges affecting the financial services sector, including: ·       Identifying current and emerging types of risk, from cyber breaches to ESG ·       Communicating third-party risks to executives and the board ·       How top organizations are using continuous monitoring and modern, technology-driven frameworks to mitigate disruptions ·       Preparing for global regulations and understanding environmental/social/governance (ESG) compliance issues Joining Jennifer is an incredible panel of risk leaders from a broad spectrum of the community. Panelists include, Ken Wolckenhauer, Vice President Vendor Management at Nordea; Nita Kohli, Head of Operational Resilience with Freddie Mac; and Sujatha Ramesh, Global Head Strategic Initiatives Metrics and Third-Party Management at Citi.

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