Centre for Risk Studies

Cambridge CRO Council

The Cambridge CRO Council will convene its "Leading Ideas in Risk" roundtable discussions. This event is being hosted by the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies and SEBA International.

The Cambridge CRO Council seeks individuals from a variety of business sectors with insights into the leading issues presenting risk professionals. Previous discussion topics have included:

  • Unintended Consequences of Over-regulation in the Financial Sector
  • Re-evaluating the Role of Risk Boards in Organisations
  • Risk Management Versus Incentive Structures
  • The Chief Risk Officer's Role in Reinstating Institutional Trust
  • The Strategic Value of Stress-testing and the Evolving Role of Risk within a Firm's Organisational Structure

Cambridge CRO Council events

Date Title Speaker(s)
Jan 2016 Chief Risk Officer Roundtable Discussions, London
Leading Ideas in Risk

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Anticipated regimes for senior managers and the measures and implications associated with incentive, administrative, and civil structures. This roundtable is by invitation only.

Professor Daniel Ralph and Dr Michelle Tuveson
Jun 2015 Chief Risk Officer Roundtable Discussions, London
Aligning Risk Culture with Organisational Culture: Implications to Innovation, Adaptation, and Institutional Values
Professor Daniel Ralph and Dr Michelle Tuveson
Jan 2015 Chief Risk Officer Roundtable Discussions, London
Through the Financial Crime Lens: Impacts & Risks to the Global Economy

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Globalisation has increased opportunities for the globalisation of crime as evident within the financial crime arena. This has posed big challenges for businesses. This roundtable will be comprised of senior risk executives from a variety of sectors within the financial services industry to allow for a broad-based discussion.

Professor Daniel Ralph and Dr Michelle Tuveson
Jan 2014 Chief Risk Officer Roundtable Discussions, London
Perspectives on Counterparties: Diversification Impacts on Financial Stability. Find out more »
Dr Michelle Tuveson and Dr Fabio Caccioli
Jun 2013 Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies in Association with SEBA International
Chief Risk Officer Discussion Series, London

Unintended Consequences for Over-regulation

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The financial services industry has undergone a turbulent six years. Widespread regulatory changes have and are being enacted to protect the global economy from a re-occurence from the crises that emerged in 2007. However, there is a risk that regulation itself will stimulate behaviour that may have unintended consequences for financial services and the wider economy. What are these consequences? And are they worse than the alternatives?

Dr Gary Bowman, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies
Jan 2013 Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies in Association with SEBA International
Chief Risk Officer Discussion Series, London

Re-evaluating the Role of Risk Boards in Organisations
Professor Daniel Ralph and Michelle Tuveson, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies
Oct 2012 Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies in Association with SEBA International
Chief Risk Officer Roundtable Discussions, London

Risk Management Versus Incentive Structures. Find out more »
Dr Gary Bowman and Michelle Tuveson
May 2012 Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies in Association with SEBA International
Chief Risk Officer Roundtable Discussions, London

The Chief Risk Officer's Role in Reinstating Institutional Trust
Dr Gary Bowman and Michelle Tuveson
Jan 2012 Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies in association with SEBA International
Chief Risk Officer Roundtable Discussions, London

The Strategic Value of Stress-testing and the Evolving Role of Risk within a Firm's Organisational Structure
Professor Danny Ralph, Michelle Tuveson
Jun 2011 SEBA International's Chief Risk Officer Dinner
Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies as Academic Discussant

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