Global Risk Institute presents
May 11th, 2016 - 4:30pm
@ GRI Boardroom
Lois Tullo will examine how enterprise risk management (ERM) best practices have assisted the banks to rise up the financial ranks.
The Canadian banking sector is solid, having been ranked as the world’s soundest by the World Economic Forum for the past eight years in a row. This was not always the case –Canadian banks once experienced substantial periods of loan losses in addition to the fallout of the 1987 financial market crash.
Through strong regulation and economic stability, and Canadian banking leadership responding to the substantial loss events through the prioritization of ERM practices, Canadian banks have flourished even as rising housing prices have presented a risk.
Please join Lois Tullo for an engaging discussion of how enterprise risk management has propelled the Canadian banking industry to success.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?:
This discussion is targeted for Chief Risk Officers as well as senior level executives and directors in Risk Management.
Schulich School of Business
Lois is a lecturer at the Schulich School of Business at York specializing in financial services and risk management. She has over 30 years of experience in business traversing finance, telecommunications, consulting, and natural resources, including being the CFO for CIBC Finance Inc. Additionally, she has held senior positions in telecommunications companies focusing on HR, finance, and business process redesign.
She is the author of the feature paper for discussion: Enterprise Risk Manage-Best Practices: How did they get there?