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Supply Chain Risk Management 2019 – an interconnected response to an interconnected supply chain

November 25

Etc Venues – Fenchurch Place, London, United Kingdom

Event Details

Date:
November 25
					

The supply chain risk environment is dynamic and continually evolving. Risks are increasingly being highlighted in companies’ publicly-filed financial statements and as supply chains become more strategic, disruptions are turning into c-suite issues.

Each year brings new challenges for companies, with different threats, unexpected events and unpredictable consequences because of the increased interconnectivity of the world we live in.

This year, we’re seeing heightened political tensions drive further issues within supply chains, in addition to climate change, product recall risk and the impact of the blow of the double-edged sword that is technology.

There is a growing awareness of the importance of supply chain risk and the need for it to be properly identified, managed and – when and where possible – transferred in a structured and professional manner. But as our world becomes ever more interconnected this is a work in progress that needs to be stepped up.

Join a group of leading supply chain experts and an audience of procurement, business continuity and risk professionals to discuss the threats and opportunities presented by an interconnected landscape in a series of presentations, case-studies and workshops at this one-day conference in London.

 

Venue

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Etc Venues – Fenchurch Place
43/44 Crutched Friars
London, EC3N 2HH United Kingdom
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https://www.etcvenues.co.uk/venues/fenchurchstreet

Day 1

08:20
Registration and coffee
09:00
Welcome address
Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe
09:10
Presentation: BCI Supply Chain Resilience Report and Survey 2019
This annual Business Continuity Institute 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 typically receives responses from over 500 firms from over 60 countries and is one of the most comprehensive, practitioner-led reports in the field.
Rachel Elliott Rachel Elliott Head of Thought Leadership The Business Continuity Institute
09:40
Panel discussion: How technology is changing the way we can predict and monitor supply chain risks
Technology is arguably the biggest enabler of them all. Google, Amazon and other companies use technology and data to know what we want before we do. How can corporations harness the use of technology and predictive data to help identify future unknown emerging risks in the supply chain and improve the way in which they are monitored?
Heiko Schwarz Heiko Schwarz Founder & Managing Director riskmethods GmbH
Kamban Parasuraman Kamban Parasuraman Principle Engineer-Manager Verisk
Nick Wildgoose Nick Wildgoose Director Supplien Consultancy
10:20
Panel discussion: The factors driving modern-day supply chain complexities
The world in which businesses operate in is constantly evolving and brings with it new risks, amplifying old ones and changing the impact of those businesses believed they were familiar with. This session will be an assessment of the key factors which are most likely to disrupt the supply chain in the coming months, setting the scene for the rest of the day. The discussion will be focused around the following topics: • Climate change • Significant macro and micro factors • Political risk and the uncertainty associated with trade wars • Increasing reliance on outsourcing • Reputation & compliance • Technology • Regulatory incidents
Simon Konsta Simon Konsta Partner Clyde & Co
Greg Schlegel Greg Schlegel Founder Supply Chain Risk Management Consortium
Gianluca Riglietti Gianluca Riglietti Head of Research and Intelligence Panta Ray
11:00
Coffee break
11:30
Case study interview: Automotive sector - product recall - the risk manager's perspective
The conversation will cover real life experiences around product recall and associated supply chain risks from arguably one of the most extreme industries reliant on an efficient supply chain network, with practical takeaways.
Clive Thompson Clive Thompson Project Director Willis Towers Watson
Dogu Ozden Dogu Ozden Director Financial Planning & Controlling TOFAS
11:55
Breakout 1: Regulatory issues in the global supply chain
The impact of 'white collar' criminal activity in supply chains continues to go up the corporate agenda. Effective identification and prevention of bribery and corruption, protecting against modern slavery and ensuring environmental regulatory compliance, are key legal issues in any integrated supply chain. In this breakout session, David Hansom of Clyde & Co LLP will be providing practical strategies on: • How bribery and corruption issues can arise in the supply chain • The Modern Slavery Acts worldwide; how can contracts adequately protect workers' rights and corporate reputations? • How do public procurement regimes monitor and enforce compliance, and what is the impact of any Brexit?
David Hansom David Hansom Partner Clyde & Co
11:55
Breakout 2: The impact of political risk
Political risk presents a huge challenge to multinationals with subsidiaries and key suppliers in volatile parts of the world. This session will explore how this risk is best assessed and measured and what cover is available to ensure that the companies are adequately compensated for supply chain disruption caused by political risk and terrorism.
Heyrick Bond Gunning Heyrick Bond Gunning CEO S-RM
Stephen Ashwell Stephen Ashwell Chief Underwriting Officer, Crisis Management AXA XL
11:55
Breakout 3: Cyber risks in the supply chain and how to audit them
This session will focus on both technical and non-technical challenges which have led to losses following a cyber incident and how components in the supply chain have to be monitored more closely.
Ryan Jones Ryan Jones CEO ThreatInformer
Anthony Hess Anthony Hess Senior Director Kivu
12:45
Lunch
13:45
Case study interview: Driving value from Supply Chain risk activities
Practical steps on how risk managers can address risks across large, highly regulated international supply chains.
Dr Grant Foster Dr Grant Foster Managing Director, AGRC UK Aon Risk Solutions
Keith Jury Keith Jury Director Shire / Takeda
14:10
Panel discussion: The evolution of insurance cover for an ever-changing risk
According to the BCI’s Supply Chain Resilience Report & Survey 2018 only 53% of financial losses experienced as a result of supply chain disruption were insured, leaving a significant uninsured gap. In this session we explore the following core questions with a panel of leading insurers and brokers: • Why is almost 50% of financial loss from supply chain disruption not covered? Is this a problem or is this a risk that just needs to be managed, perhaps through the captive? • What could and should risk managers, their advisors and the insurance market do to plug the gap if needed? • What cover is available for supply chain risk? • Is it possible to buy a standalone supply chain cover or does it need to be covered through other lines such as BI, property, cargo and political risk and terror? • How is supply chain cover best incorporated into the global programme to deliver as seamless and comprehensive cover as possible? • What do risk managers have to do to ensure that they secure the best possible terms and have their claims paid promptly and in full?
Keith Smith Keith Smith Risk Consultant RiskCovered (former Manager, Emerging Risks and Research at Lloyd's of London)
Kamban Parasuraman Kamban Parasuraman Principle Engineer-Manager Verisk
Mark Wing Mark Wing Partner Clyde & Co
15:10
Coffee break
15:40
Breakout 1: Disaster strikes!
In this interactive session, delegates will be put to the test with respect to how they would a) evaluate a disaster and b) how well prepared they are for one. Based on the results, the speaker will further explain the necessity of being prepared to make sure business interruption is minimised.
Sam Dawson Sam Dawson Commercial Sales Director BELFOR UK
15:40
Breakout 2: Risk modelling aspirations - reality - next steps
How much of your business is at stake from a critical supplier? One to one insights of risk modelling, helping to optimise your supply chain both on an operational and strategic level.
Otto Kocsis Otto Kocsis Principal Business Interruption & Resilience, Risk Engineering, Commercial Insurance Zurich
16:30
Case study interview: Product Recall - the insurer's perspective
A Q&A discussion looking at some of the major product recall incidents and the role of insurers in working with corporates to manage these incidents.
Jelena Buha Jelena Buha Senior Risk Engineer, Practice Leader Pharma/Chemicals/Food Liability Zurich
16:55
Closing remarks
17:00
Drinks reception

Clive Thompson Clive Thompson Project Director Willis Towers Watson
Ryan Jones Ryan Jones CEO ThreatInformer
Dr Grant Foster Dr Grant Foster Managing Director, AGRC UK Aon Risk Solutions
Simon Konsta Simon Konsta Partner Clyde & Co
Otto Kocsis Otto Kocsis Principal Business Interruption & Resilience, Risk Engineering, Commercial Insurance Zurich
Jelena Buha Jelena Buha Senior Risk Engineer, Practice Leader Pharma/Chemicals/Food Liability Zurich
Keith Smith Keith Smith Risk Consultant RiskCovered (former Manager, Emerging Risks and Research at Lloyd's of London)
Rachel Elliott Rachel Elliott Head of Thought Leadership The Business Continuity Institute
Keith Jury Keith Jury Director Shire / Takeda
Heyrick Bond Gunning Heyrick Bond Gunning CEO S-RM
Stephen Ashwell Stephen Ashwell Chief Underwriting Officer, Crisis Management AXA XL
Greg Schlegel Greg Schlegel Founder Supply Chain Risk Management Consortium
Heiko Schwarz Heiko Schwarz Founder & Managing Director riskmethods GmbH
Anthony Hess Anthony Hess Senior Director Kivu
Sam Dawson Sam Dawson Commercial Sales Director BELFOR UK
Kamban Parasuraman Kamban Parasuraman Principle Engineer-Manager Verisk
David Hansom David Hansom Partner Clyde & Co
Dogu Ozden Dogu Ozden Director Financial Planning & Controlling TOFAS
Nick Wildgoose Nick Wildgoose Director Supplien Consultancy
Mark Wing Mark Wing Partner Clyde & Co
Gianluca Riglietti Gianluca Riglietti Head of Research and Intelligence Panta Ray
Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe

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Delegate Rates

Risk and Insurance Managers - Free to attend

All other delegates - £400  (+ VAT where applicable)

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