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    20-21 February 2019 Muscat, Oman

    Supporting organizations adapt to the next generation of risks and business continuity management

    KPMG Business Academy

    Risk and business continuity management

    Internal audit and risk management

  • Course overview The objective of this course is to support you as you seek to implement a sustainable risk culture within your organization.

    The course will provide you with the guidance to better understand the new COSO Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) framework as well as ISO 31000:2018. You can expect to also receive insights to assist you as your organization migrates its ERM program to meet emerging challenges.

    During the course, you will be introduced to some core concepts of Business Continuity Management (BCM), including an operational guidance on how to implement a BCM program in your organization.

    Who should attend This course is primarily designed for professionals responsible for implementing Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and/or Business Continuity Management (BCM) programs in their organizations.

    More specifically, the course may be most helpful to Chief Risk Officer (CRO), risk managers, risk consultants, risk champions and auditors. Additionally, the course will play a pivotal role for those who wish to pursue a career in Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and/or Business Continuity Management (BCM).

    This course is likely to benefit organizations irrespective of their sectors and serve as a means to improve their risk management and business continuity abilities.

    Key differentiators Using 40+ years of experience in risk consulting, we have elaborated a practical course, delivered by KPMG professionals who have hands-on experience in implementing successful ERM and BCM programs across multiple sectors.

    The course combines both practical and theoretical knowledge, while using both interactive sessions and case studies.

    An Director, Nagaraj has over 13 years of overall experience in this field. He is a Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP) and qualified in ISO 31000 and ISO 27001.

    Nagaraj specializes in Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), Business Continuity Management (BCM), Operational Risk Management (ORM) and has assisted more than 45 entities globally in incorporating their respective Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) programs.

    Mangesh has around 10 years of professional experience in delivering Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) related services. He is a Certified Risk Management Professional (CRMA®) and Certified lead auditor for ISO 22301: Business Continuity Management.

    Mangesh specializes in implementing risk culture and training board members, audit committees and Executive Management on various aspects of good governance.

    James has over 10 years’ experience in the global oil and gas industry, delivering ERM and business continuity programs for global scale businesses across the UK, Africa and the Middle East.

    He is an accredited member of the Institute of Operational Risk (PIOR) and The Risk Management Society (RIMS). He is also a certified lead auditor for both ISO 22301 and RC 14001.

    Nagaraj Uchil Director I Advisory KPMG Lower Gulf

    Mangesh Ulman Manager I Advisory KPMG Lower Gulf

    James Bowman Manager I Advisory KPMG Lower Gulf

    Meet your course leaders

    Learn how to implement a culture of risk management across an organization involving employees

    Key learning benefits:

    Understand migration to new COSO ERM Framework and ISO 31000:2018

    Acquire knowledge of prevailing Business Continuity Management (BCM) standards

    Internal audit and risk management

  • Day one Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)

    Risk governance and culture – Risk culture and the board – Corporate governance, risk oversight, internal control and assurance

    – Risk perception and human behavior – Lessons from the past

    Principles of risk and risk management – Concepts and definitions of risk and risk management – Risk management standards COSO Framework & ISO 31000:2018

    – Risk appetite, tolerance, and strategic linkages

    Risk assessments and alternative approaches – The global business environment – Risk identification techniques – Qualitative risk analysis – Quantitative risk analysis and risk modelling, including:

    – Schedule risk assessment – Financial risk assessment – Fraud risk assessment – IT risk assessment

    Risk treatment resilience for the future – Identifying and allocating resources to risks – Risk financing mechanism – Lessons from the past – Understanding emerging and future risks – Building resilience – Improving decision-making – Benefiting from the opportunities

    Case study covering topics discussed during the day

    Day two Business Continuity Management (BCM)

    Principles of business continuity – Concepts and definition of business continuity – Relationship with the Enterprise Risk Management – Executive management and support – Guidance on creating value for the organization

    Business Impact Assessment (BIA) – Classifying business continuity threats – Business Impact Assessment (BIA) – Recovery Point Objectives (RPOs) – Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs)

    Business continuity strategy design – Stakeholder management – Business continuity strategies – Interval vs external recovery strategies

    Assessing effectiveness – Developing continuity drills and methodologies – Auditing business continuity strategies – Third party involvement – Emergency response and crisis management

    Achieving certifications – Compliance checklist for ISO 22301 and NCEMA – Documentation requirements for ISO 22301 certification

    – Getting ready for certification

    Risk and business continuity management

  • © 2018 KPMG Lower Gulf Limited and KPMG LLP, operating in the UAE and member firms of the KPMG network of independent member firms affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative (“KPMG International”), a Swiss entity. All rights reserved.

    The KPMG name and logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of KPMG International.

    Publication name:Risk and business continuity management

    Publication number: J2064

    Publication date: December 2018

    All registrations are subject to our terms and conditions which are available at http://kpmgbusinessacademy.kpmguae.com/ TermsandConditions.aspx. By submitting your registration you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions in full.

    Ways to register:

    20-21 February 2019 Muscat, Oman

    Early bird (before 20 January 2019) Participant fee

    OMR 580

    US$ 1,495

    OMR 620

    US$ 1,595

    Risk and business continuity management

    Certificate Participants who attend all sessions will be awarded a KPMG certificate of attendance.

    Payment To reserve a seat at our courses, please complete a registration form and pay the full fees before the due date. All registrations are subject to acceptance by KPMG and will be confirmed with you in writing.

    Cancellation If, having registered and paid for a place, you are unable to attend the course, a substitute delegate is welcome to attend in your place. Fees canceled seven days or less before the course begins are payable in full.

    KPMG reserves the right to cancel this course, change its date or alter the venue, speakers or topics.

    Customized training solutions

    To create a more tailored learning experience, you may want to run this course in-house.

    Please contact Saravanan Selvan to discuss further:

    Saravanan Selvan E: sselvan@kpmg.com T: +971 4 356 9616

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