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2nd Annual Australian

Risk Management Summit 2014 Embedding key processes in your organisation for effective business continuity

29 SEPTEMBER - 1 OCTOBER 2014 STAMFORD PLAZA MELBOURNE

EXPERT SPEAKERS: • Jacinthe Galpin, Director Risk and Audit, Victorian Department of Justice • Scott North, Chief Risk Officer, Credit Union Australia • Andrew Gissing, Director Enterprise Risk Management, Department of Family and Community Services • Martin Cotton, Head of Risk and Internal Audit, United Energy and Multinet Gas • Stephen Kelson, Head of Risk and Compliance, Transurban • Sabine Taylor, Head of Risk and Compliance, UniSuper • Paul Looker, Group Risk and Assurance Manager, SEEK • Natalina Velardi, Director, Legal Governance and Risk, Victoria University • Ray Winn, Director Performance Audit, Victorian Auditor-General’s Office • Patrick Christian, Senior Business Risk Analyst, General Motors Holden • Theo Kritzinger, Group Risk Manager, Super Retail Group • Simone Rogers, Department Manager - Enterprise Risk Management, Ambulance Victoria • Jeoff Always, Chief Risk Officer, Victoria Police • Shaheen Evans, General Manager Planning and Development, Wesley Mission Victoria • Byron Tidswell, General Manager Risk, Property Exchange Australia • Rodney Campbell, Risk and Governance Manager, Federation Centres • Richard Stanwix, Risk and Resilience Manager, SP Ausnet • Stephen Boicos, Senior Manager ERM Framework, AMP • Luke Wajsbrem, Senior Risk Manager, Australia Post • Amy McWilliam, Management Consulting, Senior Manager, PricewaterhouseCoopers

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KEY BENEFITS OF ATTENDING • • • • •

Improve the implementation of risk management frameworks within your organisation Establish a resilient risk policy to guarantee consistent and enhanced strategic enterprise and operational risk management outcomes Evolve your capabilities in identifying, assessing and classifying risk across the business to protect your organisation from reputational risks Determine innovative techniques to embed in your risk culture and embrace a risk management mind set Discover how your enterprise can learn from major external factors and successful auditing examples

PLUS POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS WORKSHOP A: Developing and embedding a sustainable enterprise risk management framework into your business Byron Tidswell, General Manager Risk, Property Exchange Australia WORKSHOP B: Embedding, weighing and maintaining a culture of risk Amy McWilliam, Management Consulting, Senior Manager, PricewaterhouseCoopers

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2 ND ANNUAL AUSTRALIAN RISK MANAGEMENT SUMMIT DAY ONE: MONDAY, 29th SEPTEMBER 2014

3:10 Preventing pitfalls by harmonising your business strategy and risk management plans • Ensuring your business generates a high level of financial gain • Building a resilient risk strategy plan to mitigate unforseen threats • Key lessons learnt Scott North, Chief Risk Officer, Credit Union Australia

8:00 Registration opens 9:00 Opening remarks from the chair Patrick Christian, Senior Business Risk Analyst, General Motors Holden RISK GOVERNANCE & COMPLIANCE 9:10 Aligning business strategies and objectives with effective risk management • Fast facts on risk • Front loading risk to strategy discussions • What does a good risk control framework look like? • Risk capacity, appetite and tolerance Stephen Kelson, Head of Risk and Compliance, Transurban 9:50 Defining your roles and responsibilities throughout your risk governance • Building a strong performance to ensure risk oversight doesn’t occur • Interacting with your team to ensure a clear communication strategy • Embedding a resilient enterprise risk management capability to ensure business continuity Stephen Boicos, Senior Manager ERM Framework, AMP 10:30 Morning Tea CLASSIFYING YOUR RISK APPETITE 11:00 Developing a practical and valued enterprise risk appetite statement • Risk appetite analytics reveals opportunities to take measured risks in pursuit of greater rewards • Capacity, exposure, willingness, and posture • Smarter planning Luke Wajsbrem, Senior Risk Manager, Australia Post 11:40 Setting risk appetites in an evolving environment • Risk appetites in complex and dynamic environments • Utilising risk appetites to mitigate threats and to embrace opportunities • How risk appetites work (or don’t work) in the real world Jacinthe Galpin, Director Risk and Audit, Victorian Department of Justice 12:20 Luncheon 1:20 Managing from threat to opportunity • Identifying how a conservative risk posture can stem growth • Leveraging the management of risk for commercial advantage • Bolt risk management in, not on until risk discussions become business 101 Richard Stanwix, Risk and Resilience Manager, SP Ausnet ILLUSTRATING RISK MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES TO YOUR EVERYDAY FUNCTIONS 2:00 Strategising for an effective risk management approach to reduce your risk exposure • Being proactive to deliver risk management outcomes • Estimating and mitigating risk before it occurs • Transforming your enterprise to meet future business challenges Jeoff Always, Chief Risk Officer, Victoria Police

3:50 CASE STUDY Moving beyond risk management through a principle based approach • Empowering staff to manage risks • Actively implementing risk management processes to inform frontline decision making • Challenging yourself to improve your risk management practice Andrew Gissing, Director Enterprise Risk Management, Department of Family and Community Services 4:30

Closing remarks from the Chair and end of day one

DAY TWO: TUESDAY, 30th SEPTEMBER 2014 8:00 9:00

Registration opens Opening remarks from the Chair Natalina Velardi, Director, Legal Governance and Risk, Victoria University

MITIGATING RISKS BY RECOGNISING EXTERNAL FACTORS 9:10 Using human and capital resources to determine collective risks • Understanding what drives the economy and managing the threats to maximise opportunities • Efficiently driving your capital allocation process for your business growth • Creating functional trade-offs between risk, return and flexibility Theo Kritzinger, Group Risk Manager, Super Retail Group 9:50 Optimising and adapting risk management in a complex, changing environment • Adapting your business to the emerging market trends • Monitoring your internal risk and technological developments within your organisation • Managing stakeholders to derive optimal risk and business outcomes as circumstances change Paul Looker, Group Risk and Assurance Manager, SEEK 10:30 Morning Tea RISK REPORTING & AUDITING 11:00 CASE STUDY Risk management in the Victorian Public Sector • Identifying areas where public sector agencies are vulnerable • Managing inter-agency and state-wide risks • Applying an enhanced framework to better address risks that go beyond individual agencies Ray Winn, Director Performance Audit, Victorian Auditor- General’s Office

2:40 Afternoon Tea

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11:40 Designing and maintaining your enterprise reputation • Defining the current and future reputational risks • Learning how to successfully assess and audit your organisations exposure to reputational risk • Practicing risk culture and communication strategies to ensure organisational awareness Martin Cotton, Head of Risk and Internal Audit, United Energy and Multinet Gas 12:20 Luncheon RISK PSYCHOLOGY 1:20 Risk is a matter of perspective – shaping the tone of the organisation through actions and behaviours • Exploring the multidimensional facets of risk perception as influenced by cultural adherence and social learning • Understanding risk behaviour, mindset and its interplay with how you perceive and respond to risk • Embedding risk-informed decision making processes through leadership and governance Simone Rogers, Department Manager, Enterprise Risk management, Ambulance Victoria EMBRACING AN EFFECTIVE RISK CULTURE 2:00 Integrating a risk culture into your organisation from the very start • Executing an effective risk management system to ensure you and your team are working cohesively • Minimising the effect of uncertainty in your business by organising your intent, capacity and continuous improvement • Using performance KPI’s to promote and enhance risk mitigation Rodney Campbell, Risk and Governance Manager, Federation Centres 2:40 Afternoon Tea 3:10 Determining innovative techniques to embed in your risk culture and embrace a risk management mind set • Operating organisational capacity to facilitate and manage innovative practices • Employing approaches to productively create and change culture • Using risk management to change the perceptions and actions throughout your organisation Sabine Taylor, Head of Risk and Compliance, UniSuper 3:50 CASE STUDY Constructing an effective risk culture through measuring its structure with a perceptive based survey tool • Effectively engaging the 3 lines of defence and aligning your collective and individual ownership • Building an enterprise risk management paradigm rather than an operational risk lens • Providing staff with effective risk training skills to ensure ongoing compliance throughout the business Shaheen Evans, General Manager Planning and Development, Wesley Mission Victoria 4:30 Closing remarks from the Chair and conference adjourns

POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS: DAY THREE: WEDNESDAY, 1st OCTOBER 2014 WORKSHOP A: 9:00- 12:30 Developing and embedding a sustainable enterprise risk management framework into your business In this workshop, delegates will gain insight of essential building blocks to an effective risk management framework. This workshop is an opportunity for you to intensely captivate operative techniques resulting in forward-looking comprehension and analysis which will enable you to take the right risks, avoid impending threats and deliver growth in challenging environments. Discover: • Barriers and success factors to an embedded risk management capability in your business • The importance of a “risk strategy” for your business and how to integrate this into your business’ risk framework • How to develop and embed a risk management framework into your business, including the essential components of that framework • How to get the most out of your risk management reporting • How to maintain an ongoing matured management system Byron Tidswell, General Manager Risk, Property Exchange Australia About your facilitator: Byron Tidswell is an energetic and engaging risk manager with 10 years’ experience in helping organisations transform risk management into capabilities that help Executives and Management make more informed decisions.

WORKSHOP B: 1:30- 5:00

Embedding, weighing and maintaining a culture of risk This workshop will cover the meaning, measurement and management of risk culture. It will provide you with knowledge, tools and techniques required to better understand and manage the risk culture in your business. • • • • •

What is a culture of risk? Effectively learn to create a culture of risk through multiple platforms Learn to sustain a risk culture in your business and keep it constant Enhance the relationships between governance, risk and compliance within the organisation Encourage good and bad news for effective reporting

Amy McWilliam, Management Consulting, Senior Manager, PricewaterhouseCoopers About your facilitator: Specialising in organisational culture and talent management, Amy is an Organisational Psychologist who is focussed on enhancing organisational effectiveness, productivity and individual wellbeing through the application of psychological principles and methods. Amy has extensive experience in talent management in Australia and Canada. Morning / Afternoon Tea and Lunch are provided for all delegates

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