BWise Hosts Webinar on Risk with Robeco’s Head of Global Operational Risk Management
Marleen Lemmens and Luc Brandts Will Speak on How to Mitigate Risks for the Financial Services Industry through Effective Business Processes
New York, NY, ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands, October 29, 2008 – BWise, the leading provider of governance, risk and compliance (GRC) software solutions, today announced that the Company will be hosting a global webinar on financial services risk on November 6, 2008. The webinar, entitled “How do we handle risk, today and in the future” is distinctively focused on enterprise risk; how it is presently addressed and the most effective strategies for mitigating future risk. The webinar will appeal to banks, insurance firms and financial services companies, as these organizations are under more scrutiny by the public than ever before, especially during these financially uncertain times.
Marleen Lemmens, Vice President and Head of Global Operational Risk Management with Robeco, one of the leading global asset management companies, will be speaking specifically about risk and how she handles it on a day to day basis. Marleen will be joined by Luc Brandts, CTO and Founder of BWise. Luc will contribute with his perspective on how to handle risk from a business process management perspective, how to manage it better and where to find opportunities for related improvements. The webinar will also address how resources, both monetary and operational, can be saved by finding the hidden costs of risk.
During these financially turbulent and uncertain times more regulations tend to be put in place and how companies handle risk is extremely important. Examples and a summary will be given on how Robeco has benefited by managing and analyzing its risk effectively. Please click here to register for the webinar.
“Analyzing and managing risk is of the utmost importance, especially at this uncertain economic time,” stated Luc Brandts, CTO and Founder of BWise. “The hope is that this webinar will allow colleagues and fellow risk managers to become aware of new techniques for companies to effectively handle risk now and into the future. Marleen and I will be presenting some innovative ideas and theories that will greatly benefit those interested in this timely topic.”