The 2022 MTN Risk Summit Africa conference is expected to come off at the Kempinski Hotel Accra on July 13th and 14th, 2022.
The conference which is being organised by leading Cybersecurity and Risk Consulting firm, Innovare, with support from Joy Business, presents a unique learning platform for Chief Executives, Mid-to-Senior Level Executives of risk, ethics, compliance, audit, legal, strategy as well as Board Members of Risk and Compliance Committees to get a solid grip of managing risks for business value.
MTN Ghana is the title sponsor.
The theme for the event is “Disrupting status quo: identifying new ways for resilience and innovation to increase business value”.
The conference offers an up-to-date overview of the critical global and strategic risks confronting multinational organisations.
Fear of not knowing how to manage risk, understanding risk, understanding the complexity of issues, among others should drive corporate organisations to want to get the latest on the principal strategic, substantive and organisational risks.
Those who will attend the conference will learn more to make their organisations more resilient and healthier and compete in the marketplace in an effective way, create value through effective risk management – to find the opportunity for growth, business process improvement and better products and services as well as create a better risk culture and appetite that retains employees, customers, and other stakeholders.
The speakers for this year’s risk summit are renowned risk professionals who will be providing attendees with detailed risk based information to equip participants in their various work fields.
They include the Summit Chair, Naa Adorkor Codjoe, an Enterprise Risk Management Consultant and Chartered Accountant; Dr. Patrick Fician; Conrad Bruce-Tagoe, Senior Consultant, Risk at Innovare and Dela Agbetor, Country Head of Operational Risk Projects at Absa Bank.
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