** November 13, 14 – ITC Grand Central, Mumbai **
RIMS India Enterprise Risk Management Award of Distinction to
Recognize Value-Creating Programs
NEW YORK (October 25, 2018) — RIMS, one of the leading risk management associations in the world, has announced the agenda for its inaugural RIMS Risk Forum India. Scheduled for November 13 and 14 at the ITC Grand Central in Mumbai, the two-day forum will feature a wide-range of educational opportunities presented by risk management leaders from around the world. Presentations will explore:
· Diversity in Corporate India
· Artificial Intelligence
· Natural Disasters
· Business Continuity
· Data Storage and Privacy
· Regulatory and Tax Challenges for Multinational Companies
· Risk Management in Manufacturing, as well as
· Other Emerging Risks
“India’s risk management community continues to demonstrate remarkable sophistication, implementing best-in-industry practices that address some of the business world’s most complex challenges,” said RIMS CEO Mary Roth. “RIMS is proud to join this dynamic network and share our resources and opportunities for risk professionals to further support innovation and growth activities within their organizations. We look forward to welcoming risk professionals to our first RIMS Risk Forum India and learning from their experiences.”
At the Forum, the Society will present the RIMS India ERM Award of Distinction to honor an Indian organization that has created value through its ERM program. In acknowledging the continuing evolution of risk management and advancing its mission, the Society seeks to recognize and share best practices and success stories from across India. For more information about award, visit www.RIMS.org/RFIndia.
RIMS Risk Forum India proudly welcomes support from key regional partners including:
· BIMTECH Birla Institute of Management Technology – Academic Partner
· RM Next – Knowledge Partner
· Risk Management Association of India – Risk Community Partner
· The Insurance Times – Media Partner
RIMS, the risk management society™, identified India, China and the ASEAN region to focus its global development efforts. Last month, the Society successfully held an invite-only summit in Mumbai, bringing together more than 30 risk professionals to discuss best practices and challenges. RIMS recently formed a Regional Advisory Group in India provides insight on the country’s risk management needs and evolving business trends.
For more information about RIMS Risk Forum India or to register, visit www.RIMS.org/RFIndia. To learn more about, visit RIMS Global Initiatives or the Society’s homepage at www.RIMS.org.