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Business Continuity Awareness Week: Digital Event

15 May 2020 The Institute of Risk Management South Africa

There are decades where nothing happens, and weeks where decades happen – that is why integrating strategy, risk and resilience is the future.

IRMSA continues to support Business Continuity Awareness Week which is the annual global campaign, of the BCI, to raise awareness of the resilience profession and demonstrate the value of effective business continuity management to organisations of all types and sizes.

For the first time, IRMSA will use a digital platform to host the quarterly regional breakfasts and be able to reach out nationally to all members and risk professionals at the same time. This has been made possible through the partnership, of our main sponsor for this event, ContinuitySA.

IRMSA will feature a dynamic line up of industry experts and thought leaders as we explore what Business Continuity Management means in the current risk management landscape and what it will mean for all professionals and organisations going forward.

Terms & Conditions

Attendance of the IRMSA Breakfast Presentations is free for IRMSA Individuals, Associates and Fellow Members. IRMSA Corporate Members may register as many delegates as the number of “Corporate Additional Representatives” their membership entitles them to. Should this be unclear, please contact
IRMSA for clarification. Corporate Member organisations may register additional delegates at a cost of R400.00 (ex VAT) per delegate.

Non-members will be billed R450.00 (ex VAT) and full payment must be received prior to the event. Please email proof of payment to [email protected]

08:00 - 08:15

Welcome - Gillian le Cordeur - CEO: IRMSA

08:15 - 08:45

Official Opening - Berenice Francis - President of IRMSA & Group Corporate Affairs Executive: Motus Holdings

08:45 - 09:15

Opening Keynote - Michael Davies - CEO: ContinuitySA

09:15 - 09:45

Bheki Gutshwa -CRO: Department of Rural Development and Land Reform

09:45 - 10:15

Nicola Comninos - Head of Strategy: JSE

10:15 - 10:30

Dirk Wegener- President: The Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA)

10:30 - 11:00

Dr Cliff Ferguson - Business Continuity Risk and Resilience Specialist, Innovator and Author of the Period Model for increased Resilience: BCI Local Chapter

11:00 - 11:30

Rachael Elliot - Head of Thought Leadership: BCI Global

11:30 - 12:00

Patricia Mwanza - Group Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Manager: Discovery

12:00 - 12:30

Thibeli Malebo -Group Head - Business Resilience: Standard Bank

12:30 - 13:00

Interactive Q&A Session facilitated by Christopher Palm – CRO: IRMSA

13:00 - 13:30

Closing Keynote – Buhle Dlamini - Professional Speaker, Author, Entrepreneur: TomorrowToday Global

13:30 - 13:40

Closing - Gillian le Cordeur - CEO IRMSA

IRMSA MEMBERS - CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

NON-MEMBERS - CLICK HERE SEND US A REGISTRATION REQUEST

Quick Polls

QUESTION

ASISA’s lobbying of the SARB to suspend Circular 15, which contained significant changes to foreign exchange controls. What is your take on this accusation?

ANSWER

[a] ASISA was right to seek clarity on Circular 15
[b] Large asset managers are conflicted & will suffer financially if Circular 15 stands
[c] Savers get enough exposure to offshore assets under existing Reg 28
[d] Who cares?
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