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

August 3, 2021

On Demand Webinar

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 Outdated and siloed approaches to supply chain risk management are a recipe for deep financial loss and brand damage.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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  • 889 compliance – ensure market access
  • Data sharing with 3rd parties and beyond – protect reputation
  • Concentration risk – ensure business continuity
  • Cyber breaches – assess potential exposure
  • Unethical labor – avoid reputational harm
  • On-boarding and monitoring suppliers – save time and money