First conference on third party risk management to be staged in South Africa
Do you want to advance your third party risk management to mitigate security risks, enhance your processes to ensure regulatory compliance, and strengthen your risk profiling strategy with vendors?
If you answer yes to the above, then attending the Third Party Risk Management 2019 Conference is the right option to follow.
Always on the forefront of investigating new and exciting topics in the financial sector, Trade Conferences International (TCI) is proud to bring to the South African market the first two-day conference on third party risk.
The Third Party Risk Management 2019 Conference will take place on 19 & 20 March 2019 at the Indaba Hotel, Fourways, Johannesburg.
Organisations such as banks, insurance companies and government rely heavily on third parties for improved operational efficiency, technological improvements, competitive advantage and increased profitability.
However third party relationships come with a host of risks including reputational, strategic, regulatory and financial. Also data technology and cyber threats are threatening to disrupt vendor relationships.
This conference will focus on bringing the main role players together to discuss the challenges in third party risk, as well as how to overcome the hurdles in preparing organisations for ultimate best practices in managing third party risk.
The programme is divided into five sessions that will address managing third party risks in a changing regulatory environment, setting up a third part management framework, managing risk and instituting best practice due diligence practices and technology and data
Since 2002 TCI has organised more than 350 top class events, including the first conferences in South Africa on mobile banking, payments, cloud computing, loyalty, Big Data, credit law and many others.
Our most recent event – the Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crime Southern Africa 2018 Conference – attracted nearly 150 attendees, with several sponsors being involved.
Our conferences are supported by all the major South African banks and insurance companies including ABSA, Nedbank, FNB, Standard Bank, Hollard, Sanlam, Old Mutual, Investec, UBank, African Bank, Bidvest Bank, Albaraka Bank, Grindrod and many more.
We are looking forward to welcome delegates to this highly informative conference and first of its kind in Southern Africa..