The UK-headquartered Institute of Risk Management (IRM) is stepping up its engagement with the Asia-Pacific region as part of its international strategy.
Its directors, Carolyn Williams and Sanjay Himatsingani will be in the region end of this month to speak at the Asia Risk and Resilience Conference in Singapore from 29-31 August 2018. Besides Singapore, they will be making working visits to in Kuala Lumpur (28 August) and Hong Kong (3 September). Interested parties can contact Ms Williams, its director of corporate relations at email@example.com for meetings.
The IRM will also be holding a two-day Fundamentals of Risk Management training course from 29-30 October in Kuala Lumpur and 27-28 November in Singapore, in addition to launching a new international certificate in digital risk management that will be available to APAC risk professionals.
IRM regional groups provide a forum for members from a diverse range of organisations, risk disciplines and sectors to network, exchange views on risk management and share best practice with peers locally.
More information on the IRM’s Asia Pacific group can be found here: