About the 2017 Conference

Now in its second successful year the Managing Risk agenda is researched with senior in-house legal and compliance professionals to ensure that it addresses the issues that matter most to you. Businesses are under more pressure than ever before to deliver shareholder value and to manage, as well as tolerate, an ever-increasing level of risk in a precarious environment.

At the top of the list of issues under review this year:

  • Tackling the impact of geopolitical turbulence on long-term planning and how to future proof your supply chain contracts
  • Protecting your company’s defences and corporate reputation against cyber sabotage
  • Embedding your risk management programme and assessing what profile requirements need to change to ensure your plan is delivered
  • Responding to the changing regulatory environment: GDPR, new sanctions enforcement powers, whistleblowing, corporate governance reform and more
  • Identifying critical future risks for your business and evaluating their likely impact on your risk management strategy

Breakout options include:

  • Dealing with dawn raids and investigations
  • Tackling corporate governance risk
  • Managing anti-bribery and sanctions risks
  • Using AI to support in-house teams

Managing Risk Conference 2017 will bring you the latest thinking from an impressive array of speakers. Click here to find out more about our speakers.


To view the 2015 website, including the agenda, speakers, sponsors and more please click here.


 2015 delegates included:

  • Actis
  • AIG Europe
  • Alent
  • AMC Networks International – Zone
  • Atos Origin
  • BAT
  • BRE Global
  • BSH Home Appliances
  • Clarks International
  • CooperVision
  • DLA Piper
  • Euromoney Institutional Investor
  • Eurotunnel
  • Halma
  • HS Solicitors
  • HSBC
  • ICON
  • Ikea
  • IMI
  • Informa
  • Integrafin
  • Johnson Mattey
  • Liverpool John Moores University
  • MDY Legal
  • Naspers
  • Nationwide Building Society
  • Nutreco Nederland B.V.
  • Royal London Asset Management
  • Sagentia
  • Serco Groupl
  • Spectris
  • Standard Life
  • TD Direct Investing
  • The Pheonix Group
  • UKForex
  • United Healthcare Global
  • Vodafone Group Services
  • Wells Fargo Bank
  • World Food Programme