About the Resilience Week
With an increasingly fluid environment in the backdrop, businesses around the world need to adapt and transform the way they look at risks in order to overcome challenges coming their way.
In 2020, PARIMA put the need to build resilience in the forefront during our first Resilience Week. This year with Resilience Week V2.1, we will look into how we can continue to sustain and improve organisational resilience to not just survive, but also to thrive.
- Are you responsible for your organization’s Enterprise risk management & Corporate governance
- Do you look after regulatory & operational risk (e.g. Business continuity, information and security risk, technology risk, market and credit risk etc.)
- Do you manage Risk financing/Corporate Insurance (e.g. general insurance and employee benefits) for your organization?
If you handle one or more of those above, you would qualify to be a PARIMA member and attend the conference for free.
If you are an insurer, broker, consultant, or service provider, kindly note that the e-conference passes would be USD 1,500 for a bundle of 10 passes.
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