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Effectively handling third party risk challenges by championing your customer and supplychain risk assessments

Champion your customer and supply risk assessments

 

In this digital age, customer and supplier risk assessment can be challenging, especially when you don’t really know your customers, contractors, suppliers or partners. As a results failure to maintain compliance protocols can lead to enforcement actions.

To avoid facing financial and legal consequence attend our upcoming Third Party Risk 2019 Conference to learn more about how to handle your third-party challenges.

The conference will be taking place on 19 – 20 March 2019 at Indaba Hotel, Fourways, Johannesburg .

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Send me the group special discounted rates and a registration form

 

The Third Party Risk Conference will explore all the issues that you, the delegates, want to hear more about:

  • Overview of third party risk
  • Global challenges in anti-bribery: mitigating third party risk
  • Managing software vendor contracts in a declining economy
  • Identifying key risks embedded in an organisation’s supply chain
  • Managing third party risk and instituting best practice due diligence practices
  • Creating a risk management and compliance culture
  • Oversight that is being put into place both from a regulatory and practical perspective
  • managing your third party data risk
  • Corruption, risk and managing third parties
  • How to leverage technology to mitigate risk associated with third party risk management
  • Protecting the Integrity of the Procurement Function: Trends in detecting and preventing procurement fraud, waste & abuse
  • Setting out the third party risk scenario
  • Managing supplier risk

And 1 panel discussion on:

 

Mix with professionals who form part of the target audience

*sourcing *  vendor management  * procurement  * compliance * KYS/KYC  *  regulation * innovation * reporting * financial crime * monitoring & control * risk management * cyber security *KYC *identity management * legal affairs* fraud * auditing *forensics * information technology * data management * financial regulation and supervision *financial surveillance * assurance * transactional monitoring * treasury * financial sector development * cyber security * procurement

I am Interested, send me a registration form

 

Here are some of the comments from delegates who attended our recent held conferences:

  • Great conference, wonderful insights shared.” Nomfundo Myeni, Head Money Transfer, Bidvest Bank
  • “You very much organised, enough space and parking, nice food.” Mohale Nkune, Senior Business System Analyst, South African Reserve Bank
  • “The staff is amazing – thank you.” Natalie Matthews, Lead: Card and Payments, IQ Business
  • “Speakers were knowledgeable, and the venue was spectacular.” Cavlyn Bemaya, Legal Advisor , Liberty Africa
  • “What I enjoyed most about the event was the relevance of topics presented.” Omika Naidoo AML Analyst, Money Laundering Surveillance, Standard Bank
  • “What I enjoyed most about the event was the well-structured content.” Niemand, Data Analyst, 4CIT Software Solutions

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Registration fee:

10% Discount Group registration fee for 3 or more = R8 280.00 + VAT = R9 522.00
15% Discount group registration fee for 5 or more = R7 820.00 + VAT = R 8 993.00
Normal registration fee: R9 200 + VAT = R10 580.00

To register as a delegate email Portia Dhlamini on portia@tci-sa.co.zaor Ryno van Ellewee on ryno@tci-sa.co.za. Sponsorship & exhibition enquiries are handled by Portia Dhlamini on portia@tci-sa.co.za  or call 011 803 1553

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