Monday, October 19, 2009
Terminal City Club
Primary organizer: Man Financial Global
Risk is everywhere!
In today’s increasingly global marketplace, every company has to consider particular risks involved in expanding its operations outside its domestic borders. Business risk appears in a bewildering variety of guises – financial risk, market risk, operational risk, reputational risk, intellectual property & copyright risk, geopolitical risk, security risk, and espionage risk, to name just a few. Understanding some of these risks is intuitive; however, many are not…
Risk is a constantly present factor in business decision-making process, and determining appropriate ways to manage and mitigate risks is crucial to the ultimate success of any new investments or expansion of existing business operations. Business risk management is key to the economic consequences of investments in many industries including mining and oil & gas where such investments can exceed billions of dollars, and many years to complete.
Success in business often comes down to recognizing and managing possible risks associated with potential opportunities and returns. The Global Business Risk Management Forum (GBRMF 2007) will highlight the challenges surrounding various forms of business risk that impact corporate entities due to the international nature of their business.
The GBRMF provides an ideal setting for guests to meet leading industry specialists in their fields and to network with their peers in an informal environment.
Who should attend GBRMF 2007: CEOs, CFOs, corporate governance officers, chief risk officers, board members, international business lawyers, cross-border taxation & international specialists, risk analysts, academic scholars, and anyone who is considering expanding their operations abroad.
Due to overwhelming response, we recommend that you register as soon as possible.