Insurers & Asset Managers currently face a range of business challenges, including sustained low interest rates, increased competition, greater regulation, and disruption from market innovators.

Their response to these challenges will likely include using automation to deliver efficiency savings, streamlining business processes to reduce costs, whilst looking to deliver new services and products. Operational risk issues including spreadsheet risk and attestation management will likely feature in these initiatives.

We are hosting a series of three webinars to explore the topic of spreadsheet risk and control in the Insurance and Asset Management industry. Sign up now to attend the series:

  1. Are you overexposed? Spreadsheet Risk and Regulatory ComplianceRecording Available
  2. How to automate attestation processes to drive better risk management – Recording Available
  3. Using Spreadsheet Risk Management to Drive Sustained Business Value – Recording Available

Speakers

  • Henry Umney, CEO, ClusterSeven

    Henry joined ClusterSeven in 2006 and for over 10 years was responsible for the commercial operations of ClusterSeven, overseeing globally all Sales and Client activity as well as Partner engagements. In February 2018 he was appointed CEO, having been interim CEO from July 2017. Henry is strongly positioned to take the business forward and brings over 25 years of experience and expertise from the financial service and technology sectors.

  • Mark Simpson, Head of Consulting, Armour Risk

    Helping clients optimize the performance of people, process and systems by delivering effective and sustainable change and improvement. Having worked in the insurance industry for over 25 years in a range of roles Mark has a breadth and depth of experience across the whole value chain that gives an empathy and appreciation for the outcomes and challenges business leaders and teams face. With a strong business understanding, technology background and project and change expertise Mark is able to support teams with the “Why”, “What” and “How” aspects of designing and delivering valued change.

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