8am – 6pm
University of Hull Business School
An opportunity you can’t risk missing. Boost business performance and profits with the help of our global risk management experts
Taking place throughout Humber Business Week, our convention will allow business owners, professionals, researchers, directors and students to learn more about the latest trends in risk management and how they can be applied to improve business performance and boost profits.
The convention will culminate on the Thursday of Business Week with seminars from keynote speakers Dr. Johnathan Mun, a world-renowned expert in developing risk management tools, and Dr. Paolo Sironi, a specialist in utilising artificial intelligence and digitisation to manage institutional risks and wealth.
“Risk management is critical for every company in every situation within every country in the world,” says Dr. Mun.
“I hope attendees will walk away from the convention with a sense of the critical nature of risk in their organisations and begin conversations around the issues of risk and how it can be identified and mitigated.”
Utilising theories that can be applied to organisations of all sizes in all industries, the convention will feature conferences and seminars on a range of topics, from cyber security risk to project management, portfolio and asset management, negotiation and stress testing.
There will also be an opportunity for business professionals and students to become Certified in Quantitative Risk Management (CQRM) as part of an intensive four-day training programme.
Provided by the International Institute of Professional Education and Research (IIPER), the CQRM certification is accredited by the National Certification Commission and recognised around the world.
A limited number of sponsorship packages are still available and there is provision for businesses, organisations or individuals who wish to give a presentation to our delegates from around the world.
HOW TO BOOK:
Visit www.euriskconvention.com, email email@example.com or call (01482) 626400.
£100 per delegate for a full day or £50 for a half day