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Supply Chain Risk – Identification, Measurement and Mitigation

December 12, 2017 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Millennium Hotel Mayfair, London, United Kingdom

Event Details

Date:
December 12, 2017
Time:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Website:
https://www.commercialriskonline.com/event/supply-chain-london-2017/

The 2016 Business Continuity Institute Supply Chain Resilience Report reported that a third of organisations incurred cumulative losses in excess of £1m during the previous year and that 22% of businesses surveyed experienced up to 11 disruptions in a year.  A report published by the World Economic Forum indicated that company value was reduced by 7% as a result of supply chain disruption.

The changing business, economic and political environment has created a number of new risks for organisations, which in turn demands greater awareness of supply chain exposures. This has led to a need for improved management of risk awareness and risk transfer as a viable means of business protection.

Events such as the 2011 earthquakes and tsunami in Japan and the flooding in Thailand  highlighted the global impact of such a catastrophic event, notably on companies’ global supply chains. Although the majority of businesses outside of these regions have not suffered direct physical damage, some have incurred considerable uninsured business interruption and extra expense losses due to disruptions in their supply chains. These disruptions could have been covered with adequate supply chain insurance programmes.

Political events such as Brexit, the arrival of Donald Trump in the White House and rising tensions around North Korea also represent additional potential threats to businesses and their global supply chain.

This conference will seek to address the required approach to improved Supply Chain risk management for corporates.

The event is free for risk and insurance managers and BCI members, and £299 for all other delegates.

Venue

Address
Millennium Hotel Mayfair
44 Grosvenor Square, Mayfair
London, W1K 2HP United Kingdom
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Phone:
020 7629 9400
Website:
https://www.millenniumhotels.com/en/london/millennium-hotel-london-mayfair/

Day 1

08:00
Registration and coffee
08:45
Welcome address
Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe
09:00
Presentation: BCI Supply Chain Resilience Report 2017
In November 2017 the Business Continuity Institute will publish the ninth edition of the Supply Chain Resilience Report. This study is an influential industry resource which tracks the origins, causes and consequences of supply chain disruption across industry sectors and regions worldwide. It also benchmarks business continuity (BC) arrangements in place - including the uptake of insurance - in different organisations which build supply chain resilience. The study canvasses over 500 firms from over 60 countries and is one of the most comprehensive, practitioner-led reports in the field. This session will provide a presentation of the key findings from the 2017 report covering the following aspects: What are the frequency and origins of disruptions? What are the major causes of disruption? How are the loss of productivity and damage to reputation measured? What are the financial and economic impacts of disruption? Which new risks are emerging on the horizon? How prepared are firms with resilience and business continuity planning?
Gianluca Riglietti Gianluca Riglietti Research and Insight Business Continuity Institute
09:30
Presentation and panel discussion: Combating cyber risks in the supply chain
With the increasing sophistication of digital connected value chains the significance of cyber vulnerabilities to all parties active in those value chains demands the establishment of fundamental disciplines of supply chain and risk management at all levels within the chain. This session will identify some of the cyber challenges and outline the disciplines that need to evolve. How could and should companies identify and monitor their supply chain risks? What are the latest tools and techniques available for the identification and management of supply chain risks? How is the data most efficiently gathered, analysed and, most importantly, kept up to date? What are the latest software and data analysis models available to help with this? Can this risk be monitored and measured on a real-time basis using latest technologies? How can a captive be used to help with the risk identification and modelling effort?
Tracey Skinner Tracey Skinner Director Insurance & Risk Financing BT Group
Philippe Cotelle Philippe Cotelle Head Risk Management, Defence and Space Insurance Airbus
Peter Armstrong Peter Armstrong Cyber Risk Expert Munich Re
Peter Johnson Peter Johnson Cyber Advisory Leader, Senior Vice President Marsh
Martin Overton Martin Overton Cyber Risk Specialist AIG
Nigel Brook Nigel Brook Partner Clyde & Co
10:30
Coffee break
10:50
Presentation and panel discussion: Risk identification and modelling
This session will commence with a presentation focusing on best practices in collection of necessary and critical data to support quantified supply chain analysis and developing a credible supply chain map with Tier n suppliers and relationships between tiers. The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion. This session will tackle the following core questions: What are the most important objectives for preparing a credible supply chain risk assessment? What key metrics are required to provide a valued perspective into risk within the supply chain? What are the critical data elements that are needed to enable a credible quantified analysis of supply chain risk? What methods and data sources can be employed to accurately build out the supply chain map in a reasonable time frame (1-2 months)? What data sources can be depended upon to help identify critical product component/raw material throughput and frequency? What is the best approach to consider and model disrupting events to understand the impact upstream on the supply chain? Why does supply chain risk need to be managed on an enterprise-wide basis?
Monty Roach Monty Roach President/CEO Ausum Systems
Xavier Mützig Xavier Mützig Group Insurance and Insurable Risk Management Johnson Matthey
John Davies John Davies Head of Analytics, Managing Director Marsh
Ken Travers Ken Travers Technical Hazards Team Lead and Global Business Impact Specialist AIG
Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe
Julia Graham Julia Graham Technical Director Airmic
11:50
Case Study Presentation: The impact of fire and water damage
In January 2017 a fire broke out at a well known car manufacturer's supplier. The fire led to a major supply chain incident for the manufacturer, production came to a standstill and the manufacturer had to find 20,000 parking bays to store unfinished vehicles.
Martin Schachtschneider Martin Schachtschneider Business Development Manager Belfor Germany
12:10
Case study presentation and panel discussion: Risk management
This session will commence with a case study presentation focusing on how Northern Ireland Water introduced effective integrated governance and made improvements to how they manage opportunities and risks within the Company. It will cover their Extended Enterprise Risk Management structure which incorporates how they manage supply chain risk. The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion, tackling the following key questions: Why does supply chain risk need to be managed on an enterprise-wide basis? Who are the key players that need to be involved? Who is responsible for what? What role does the risk manager need to play in the management of this broad business risk? How can the risk manager ensure that that all parties work in tandem to properly manage this risk? How can the positive benefits of pro-active risk management of this critical risk be effectively communicated and measured? How can a captive be used to help manage this critical risk more effectively?
Jonathan Blackhurst Jonathan Blackhurst Director, Head of Risk Management Capita
Daniel Winter Daniel Winter Risk Manager British Gas
George Ong George Ong Head of Corporate Governance and Chief Risk Officer Northern Ireland Water
Ken Travers Ken Travers Technical Hazards Team Lead and Global Business Impact Specialist AIG
Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe
13:00
Lunch
14:00
Presentation and panel discussion: Risk transfer
This session will commence with a case study presentation focusing on some of the major supply chain failures and how these have highlighted the need for improving supply chain resilience. The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion, to include: How exactly has this coverage evolved? What are the latest products available, which are the main carriers, how much capacity is available? Is there enough to meet demand and is it fairly priced? Is there adequate reinsurance for this risk? What is the outlook for capacity and price? What add-on services are needed to make this coverage even more useful for risk managers? How can this market really be kick-started? Should risk managers seek to use their captive to ‘incubate’ this fast-evolving risk and what risks should be included and which excluded?
Daniel Winter Daniel Winter Risk Manager British Gas
Joe Trotti Joe Trotti Head of Property & Specialty Risk AIG
Claudia Hasse Claudia Hasse Chief Underwriting Officer Special Enterprise Risks Munich Re
Dr Alan Punter Dr Alan Punter Visiting Professor Cass Business School, City, University of London
John Davies John Davies Head of Analytics, Managing Director Marsh
15:00
Presentation and Panel Discussion: The life cycle of a claim from policy inception through to settlement
This session will assess the claims environment and the immediate intervention required to protect, minimise and restore major incidents in supply chain. How are claims typically triggered for supply chain coverage? What options are there to mitigate incidents and restore operation in the supply chain? What are the key questions that a risk manager needs to ask before agreeing an insurance policy? What are the main causes of coverage disputes and how can they be avoided?
Henning Schaloske Henning Schaloske Partner Clyde & Co
Mark Wing Mark Wing Partner Clyde & Co
Robert Lewis Robert Lewis Head of Risk Management Claims, Senior Vice President Marsh
Paul Dawson Paul Dawson Major Loss Claims Adjustor, Property & Energy Claims AIG
15:50
Coffee break
16:10
Presentation: Supplier contracts
One of the trickiest areas in supply chain management is when key suppliers are switched. Some of the typical disputes in this area will set the scene. Core questions covered in this session include: What is the best way to terminate a contract with an existing supplier and switch to a new one to ensure business continuity? How to best avoid potentially expensive and reputation damaging disputes? What is the best way to minimise this risk? What forms of protection can be purchased to help cover this risk, if any?
Robert Parson Robert Parson Partner Clyde & Co
Stephen Day Stephen Day SVP Supply Chain - Global Operations Pearson
Carl Leeman Carl Leeman Chief Risk Officer Katoen Natie
16:50
Afternoon Q&A
00:00
End of conference

Martin Schachtschneider Martin Schachtschneider Business Development Manager Belfor Germany
Robert Parson Robert Parson Partner Clyde & Co
Henning Schaloske Henning Schaloske Partner Clyde & Co
Mark Wing Mark Wing Partner Clyde & Co
Stephen Day Stephen Day SVP Supply Chain - Global Operations Pearson
Monty Roach Monty Roach President/CEO Ausum Systems
Jonathan Blackhurst Jonathan Blackhurst Director, Head of Risk Management Capita
Xavier Mützig Xavier Mützig Group Insurance and Insurable Risk Management Johnson Matthey
Daniel Winter Daniel Winter Risk Manager British Gas
Robert Lewis Robert Lewis Head of Risk Management Claims, Senior Vice President Marsh
Paul Dawson Paul Dawson Major Loss Claims Adjustor, Property & Energy Claims AIG
Joe Trotti Joe Trotti Head of Property & Specialty Risk AIG
Claudia Hasse Claudia Hasse Chief Underwriting Officer Special Enterprise Risks Munich Re
Dr Alan Punter Dr Alan Punter Visiting Professor Cass Business School, City, University of London
George Ong George Ong Head of Corporate Governance and Chief Risk Officer Northern Ireland Water
John Davies John Davies Head of Analytics, Managing Director Marsh
Ken Travers Ken Travers Technical Hazards Team Lead and Global Business Impact Specialist AIG
Tracey Skinner Tracey Skinner Director Insurance & Risk Financing BT Group
Philippe Cotelle Philippe Cotelle Head Risk Management, Defence and Space Insurance Airbus
Peter Armstrong Peter Armstrong Cyber Risk Expert Munich Re
Peter Johnson Peter Johnson Cyber Advisory Leader, Senior Vice President Marsh
Martin Overton Martin Overton Cyber Risk Specialist AIG
Gianluca Riglietti Gianluca Riglietti Research and Insight Business Continuity Institute
Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe
Nigel Brook Nigel Brook Partner Clyde & Co
Carl Leeman Carl Leeman Chief Risk Officer Katoen Natie
Julia Graham Julia Graham Technical Director Airmic

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