Vice President Business Development, CastleHill Risk
Joe Santangelo has been a sales and technology executive for over 20 years focusing on finding cost-effective solutions and quickly solving problems across multiple industries. Joe is responsible for setting and implementing CastleHill’s strategy for business development. Joe has focused on Risk and Security throughout his career including roles at Teleran, Delphix, Axis Technology and Citi where he was CIO of the Citi Private Bank in the Americas. Joe has a Master of Science degree from Steven’s Institute of Technology and is a member of the Society for Information Management (“SIM”).
Managing Partner, CastleHill Risk
Tim Carbery is a Managing Partner at CastleHill Managed Risk Solutions. CastleHill offers advisory, implementation, and managed services for Regulatory Change Management, Enterprise Risk Management, Third Party, Compliance, and other Operational Risk Management disciplines across industries. He leads CastleHill’s strategic advisory and implementation services for in-house and managed GRC solutions that allow first and second line teams to utilize common information to fulfill their functions. Throughout his career, he has helped top tier clients overcome internal inertia and challenges to remediate high-pressure regulatory directives with strategic, sustainable solutions. He also leads CastleHill’s Interact data framework team that provides bi-directional risk data integration between GRC tools like RSA Archer and enterprise systems.
Associate Vice President, ESG Product, MetricStream
Senior Vice President - Strategy, MetricStream
Organizations are increasingly held accountable for corporate practices regarding climate sustainability, social responsibility, and governance. As investors, regulators, and stakeholders expand their reliance on non-financial metrics, ESG risk factors carry a significant impact on a company’s valuation and financial operations..
ESG doesn’t have to be a mystery. ESG risk factors need to be managed, controlled, audited, and reported to both management and regulators in conjunction with other business risks. Policies, processes, and internal controls are needed to generate dependable data and ensure that the data is complete and accurate.
In this webinar, the participants will learn how to:
We will examine the first steps of quick starting a holistic and comprehensive ESG program, all while discussing the importance of ESG for disclosure requirements and regulatory and third-party risk. Join us on April 19,2022 to learn how to navigate your company’s environmental, social, and governance factors with ease.
We look forward to welcoming you to an interactive and thought-provoking discussion! Please register today.
In case you’re unable to catch the live webinar, please register to receive the recording which you can watch at your convenience.