Learn from risk management success stories at #RAW22
New York City, New York Jul 21, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – We recently spoke with Alex Sidorenko, who last year FERMA was named the risk manager of the year in Europe and received an honourable mention from RIMS US for the work his team did to save more than $13 million through quantitative risk analysis for insurance.
Every year for the last 3 years Alex runs one of the largest global and 100% online risk management conferences RISK AWARENESS WEEK https://2022.riskawarenessweek.com. More than 10000 participants from 121 countries watched RAW workshops so far.
During the upcoming RAW2022, Alex will share his journey and case studies to integrate decision science and quantitative risk analysis into insurance, investment decisions, strategic planning, and procurement. Join us to learn from, arguably, one of the most controversial risk managers in the world.
Alex also brings some of the most inspirational and strong risk professionals to RAW2022, offering participants more than 50 practical workshops. Experts like Douglas Hubbard, David R. Koenig, Sam Savage, Max Henrion, Hans LÃ¦ssÃ¸e, Norman Marks, Grant Purdy, and David Vose.
RAW22 is accessible to everyone and we welcome you to participate in any three workshops completely free of charge – reserve your free place today.
Dedicated risk managers and early birds can gain full access to all workshops and a CPD-certified certificate of attendance for just $150. Early bird tickets are currently limited – get yours now.
The conference also offers extra-value packages to companies and organizations with packages available for up to 50 participants – more info here. This is a very cost-effective option to offer risk management education to decision makers in your company or to your risk or internal audit team.
Risk Awareness Week 2022 is of significant value to decision-makers and risk professionals alike. It would be our pleasure to welcome you aboard.
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