What’s Next in Third Party Risk Management? Trends, Regulations and Predictions

Date: Tuesday, Nov 16, 2021 | Time: 11 am EST | 8 am PST



Linda Tuck Chapman
Chief Executive Officer, Third Party Risk Institute Ltd.


Vidya Phalke
Chief Technology Evangelist, MetricStream

Patricia McParland-2

Patricia McParland
Director, Product Marketing

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Third parties – your vendors, suppliers, contractors, agents and others you rely on to conduct your business – are an essential part of doing business.

They’re also a key source of risk, from cyber to environmental, social and governance (ESG) and reputational.
A single third party event can cause significant damage, as we’ve seen dramatically in the increasingly digitized post-pandemic environment. Third party risk is more in the spotlight than ever, even at the board level.

So how can you protect your organization and stay ahead of what’s next in third party risk management?
Join renowned third-party expert Linda Tuck Chapman and MetricStream Chief Innovation Expert Vidyadhar Phalke as we discuss what’s new and what’s next in third party risk management, with specific advice you can apply now. Our experts will review the top trends, including:

  • What’s the impact of changing regulations, like the new OCC/interagency guidance for third party management in the U.S. as well as U.K. and German legislation?
  • How should you consider new risks (and opportunities) posed by ESG?
  • How are new technologies like AI, Machine Learning and automation making TPRM more efficient, effective and useful?
  • What’s next on the horizon for third party risk – and how can you apply it in your role?

This session is intended for Chief Compliance Officers, Leaders of Third Party Risk, Chief Risk Officers, Leaders of Procurement, anyone responsible for regulatory engagement and anyone else who’s responsible for third party risk in their organizations.

In case you’re unable to catch the live webinar, please register to receive the recording which you can watch at your convenience.