Corporate Executive Program Refines Global Risk Index

The momentum continues on Day Two of the CEP’s Global Risk Summit Gleneagles as the group refined the Global Risk Index (GRI), which will be published to members shortly.

The momentum continues on Day Two of the CEP’s Global Risk Summit Gleneagles as the group refined the Global Risk Index (GRI), which will be published to members shortly. With the day’s focus on “Making it Happen,” events kicked off with insights into the social nature of risk, the development of change strategy, and the power of communication. Members then broke into clinics to put their learnings into practice. “The clinics and creative exercises gave me new tools to approach my business colleagues to influence positive change when I return to work,” stated Simon Honey, Director Business Protection, Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International plc. “It’s a real breakthrough for me.” Chris Gregory, Head of Financial Crime Prevention, Lloyds TSB, concurred saying, “The time at Gleneagles has been enormously beneficial and given me practical tools to face potential risks and threats that are sure to be on the horizon.” Operating under the auspices of FIRST, the CEP was established in 2005 as a means for executives to take a cross-functional view of security risks and threats According to Chris Gibson, CFO of FIRST, both FIRST and the CEP are based on establishing and maintaining trust, and the Gleneagles Summit was an ideal opportunity to network with other global leaders to develop solutions. For more information about the CEP click here.

Fri, 12 May 2006 16:32:00 +0000

Corporate Executive Program Refines Global Risk Index

The momentum continues on Day Two of the CEP’s Global Risk Summit Gleneagles as the group refined the Global Risk Index (GRI), which will be published to members shortly.

The momentum continues on Day Two of the CEP’s Global Risk Summit Gleneagles as the group refined the Global Risk Index (GRI), which will be published to members shortly. With the day’s focus on “Making it Happen,” events kicked off with insights into the social nature of risk, the development of change strategy, and the power of communication. Members then broke into clinics to put their learnings into practice.

“The clinics and creative exercises gave me new tools to approach my business colleagues to influence positive change when I return to work,” stated Simon Honey, Director Business Protection, Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International plc. “It’s a real breakthrough for me.”

Chris Gregory, Head of Financial Crime Prevention, Lloyds TSB, concurred saying, “The time at Gleneagles has been enormously beneficial and given me practical tools to face potential risks and threats that are sure to be on the horizon.”

Operating under the auspices of FIRST, the CEP was established in 2005 as a means for executives to take a cross-functional view of security risks and threats According to Chris Gibson, CFO of FIRST, both FIRST and the CEP are based on establishing and maintaining trust, and the Gleneagles Summit was an ideal opportunity to network with other global leaders to develop solutions. For more information about the CEP click here.