Business Risk Roundtables With Risk Leaders

Event Overview

Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School convenes regular invitation only roundtables for senior risk leaders from a selection of global corporations. Providing a holistic view of risk, topics covered in these roundtables include the changing nature of strategic risks for businesses including sectoral views and emerging risk scenarios that help guide management actions.

Taking place in person and virtually, the Business Risk Roundtables With Risk Leaders series empowers risk leaders to discuss timely subjects whilst at the same time growing their professional network. Bringing together leaders from a wide range of industries, these events follow a relaxed roundtable format and feature presentations from the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies which outline how our analytics and advisory solutions can help organisations progress their risk frameworks and processes.

10th March 2021: Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies Risk & Strategy Business Roundtable

Programme

12:00 – 12:15 pm Welcome and Lead-in Comments from Roundtable Participants Dr Michelle Tuveson, Chairman & Executive Director, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies
12:15 – 12:25 pm Applying Robust Approaches to Assessing Corporate Risks Dr Andrew Coburn, Chief Scientist, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies
12:25 pm – 12:35pm Risk Leader’s Perspectives Janaize Markland, Business Risk & Insurance, Facebook
12:35 – 12:55 pm Roundtable Discussion Moderator: Peter Ulrich, Senior Advisor for Risk Management, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies
12:55 – 1:00 pm Closing Thoughts Dr Michelle Tuveson, Chairman & Executive Director, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies

 

Speakers

Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies

Chairman & Executive Director

Michelle has a consultancy background in client development and management with large corporations.

Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies

Chief Scientist

Andrew is one of the early stage innovators of the catastrophe modelling industry for insurance.