Partner, GRC Technology
Technology Risk Consulting KPMG LLP
Mr. Thompson is a Partner in the Technology Risk Consulting team and leads Powered Risk in the UK. his team delivers end-to-end GRC strategy, tool selection, business integration, transformation and technical implementations. he has over 21 years of Risk, Audit and Advisory experience with KPMG covering GRC technology, risk management, business process controls, compliance, IT internal audit, independent program assurance and external audit. He has worked across a number of sectors including Banking, Insurance, Energy, Life Sciences and Consumer Markets.
Mr. Parker is a managing director in KPMG’s Risk Consulting practice with more than 20 years of GRC, ERM, IT advisory, and audit experience. His background includes assisting organizations define their GRC vision and strategy; evaluate technology solutions; and design and implement GRC programs in support of enterprise, operational and compliance risk management objectives. His current and past clients include some of the leading organizations in the financial services, energy, and industrial manufacturing sectors.
Ms. Srivastav comes with 6 plus years of experience in Supplier Governance. She is currently the Marketing Manager for MetricStream.
Continuously reframing risks as a source of competitive advantage is a necessity in today's business environment. Organizations that realize this can become industry leaders and can reap benefits from innovation, consumer trust and market share.
More than ever before today’s risk and business professionals are faced with important questions such as:
Join Eric Parker, Managing Director, and Jamie Thompson, Partner, from KPMG as they discuss how you can address these questions through building an agile risk and compliance program guided by leading practices. Discover how the KPMG Powered Risk Methodology can help transform the way your organization operates across all lines of defense.
After this webinar, you will be able to:
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