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Practitioners’ Insights: Risky Business in a Risky World
Risk is part of every business. From the pandemic to cyber threats to supply chain disruptions, the risks facing organisations are real and interconnected. While traditional risk management focused on the analysis of financial risks alone, enterprise risk management (ERM) is an integrated and connected approach to managing risks across an organisation and its extended networks. Join this session to learn how ERM can help practitioners and firms build resilience and risk intelligence.

Learning outcomes
• Gain an understanding of ERM.
• Review examples of ERM in financial services.
• Discuss global frameworks.

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Feb 23, 2023 05:30 PM in India

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Hersh Shah (Speaker)
Chief Executive Officer @IRM India Affiliate
Hersh Shah is a technical specialist in enterprise risk management (ERM) elected by the Institute of Risk Management. He has more than 15 years of experience in audit and assurance, risk management, consulting, and corporate finance, including structuring strategic alliances and partnerships. Shah was previously associated with KPMG Risk Consulting, where he worked on many enterprise risk consulting assignments across South Africa, the United States, the United Kingdom, China, and the Middle East. He was 1 of 450 people to be selected in 2014 for a social entrepreneurship train journey across India, which helped him decipher rural and semiurban India needs. Previously, Shah set up and managed a microfinance nonbank financial company within a large financial services group where he scaled up the portfolio to more than US$15 million, while leading a team of more than 250 people across India and maintaining nonperforming assets of 0.2%.
Sivananth Ramachandran, CFA (Moderator)
Director, Capital Markets Policy India @CFA Institute
Sivananth Ramachandran, CFA, CIPM, is the director of capital markets policy, India, at CFA Institute. In his role, he is responsible for advocating policy positions on issues that affect Indian capital markets, including corporate governance; environmental, social, and governance (ESG); and pensions. He is frequently quoted in media. Ramachandran has more than 14 years of experience in financial services. Before joining CFA Institute, Ramachandran worked at Morningstar and led their global index product development team. He also served as a spokesperson for sustainability at Morningstar India. Before his time at Morningstar, Ramachandran worked at MSCI where he coauthored research papers on small-cap investing, portfolio construction, and economic exposure. Ramachandran holds a master of business administration from the Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow. He also holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®), Certificate in Investment Performance Measurement (CIPM)