Join Camms and the Professional Risk Managers’ International Association (PRMIA) New York as three risk management practitioners reflect on their pain points when it comes to managing risk across global organisations. They will discuss the challenges around disparate systems, complex reporting requirements and the difficulties of extracting meaningful data from a risk management program to support strategic decision making.
Each will touch on how technology has helped to support their risk management processes by setting up a risk framework, defining their risk tolerance, setting controls, consolidating systems, providing in-depth reporting, and enabling them to link risk to their strategic goals to drive the right business decisions.Login
With over a decade of experience in Banking, Financial Services, Data Science, and Risk Management delivery, Aaron specialises in providing subject-matter expertise to enable best practices and increased client time-to-value. His background as a Delivery Executive, Management Consultant, Data Scientist, and Model Risk validator for banking and financial institutions allows him to deliver client outcomes which are highly cross functional, interdisciplinary, and strategic in nature. His primary specialties include Core Banking, Model Risk Management, Fraud Risk Management, Anti-Money Laundering and complex change program execution which transverses line of business and information technology organisational groups.
Aaron holds an MS in Quantitative & Computational Finance (Financial Engineering) and an MBA in Finance from Georgia Institute of Technology. He is a CFA Charterholder, member of the Project Management Institute, and holds certifications as Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS).
Financial services industry veteran with a 15+ year track record of success delivering transformative projects across multiple environments including Enterprise Data Management, process re-engineering, nearshoring/offshoring projects and regulatory remediation projects. As part of Credit Risk Operations at Deutsche Bank, responsible for reengineering credit risk management process for Funds so this function could be offshored. Most recently, a founding member of Enterprise Data Management teams in both BNP Paribas and Natixis responsible for shaping various aspects of both data governance framework and data quality framework for these organisations. Current role is acting Chief Data Officer at Natixis.
During his tenure with Camms, Andrew Cutter was the Executive Vice President of Sales for Camms Group North America. He was viewed as a change agent and leader for enterprise transformation, coupled with deep domain expertise in Governance, Risk and Compliance, Andrew is passionate about helping companies mature their business methodology. Having worked for 15+ years at General Electric Capital Corporation and leading transformation across large global Internal Audit, Internal Control, and Compliance teams, under heightened regulatory pressure, Andrew understands the complexity of driving change through software automation. Transitioning into a sales leadership role in 2017, Andrew was instrumental in helping define go to market strategy and positioning GRC software to numerous multinationals, regulatory agencies, well-known technology companies, and more.