WEBINAR: Is it time for a Fourth Line of Defense (DEC 12, 12PM EST)

December 9, 2017

Join us for a lively panel discussion where we will seek answers to this question and more.

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Since the onset of the global financial crisis in 2008, risk and compliance practitioners have increasingly questioned the Three Lines of Defense (3 LoD) model. Would a different model have prevented, or at least diminished the impact of the crisis? Could $235b in fines against 20 of the world's largest banks have been avoided? Why do 71% of practitioners believe there is a need to update the 3 LoD model? 

Join us for a lively panel discussion on Tuesday, December 12 at 12:00PM EST where we will be seeking answers to these questions. 

Panelists include Dan Bailey, Mark Kalen, and Noah Gottesman. 

Dan Bailey is the VP, Operational Risk Officer at Legacy Texas Bank. In this role, Dan is responsible for overseeing the Bank's Operational Risk Management Program, as well as having operational responsibility for the Model Risk, Enterprise Change, and Vendor Management Programs. Dan has been actively involved in global risk management, resilience, business continuity, and disaster recovery since 1991 and has been involved in information technology since 1985. 

Mark Kalen is worldwide director of product strategy and marketing at SAI Global. Mark has 15+ years of experience including tenure at Wolters Kluwer, JP Morgan, State Street Bank, Fidelity Investments, and Deloitte & Touche. Mark's positions included Risk, Compliance, Operations, and Product. Mark has an MBA from Boston University and BA from URI. 

As a Senior Risk Advisor, Noah Gottesman of SAI Global works with sales, marketing, product development, and professional services functional departments to deepen client relationships along a client's integrated risk management journey. 

We will be interacting with the audience throughout the hour so come prepared for an engaging session.