RiskMinds Americas 2015 will provide attendees with over 20 hours of unmissable networking opportunities including 'In The Boardroom' Discussion Groups, Meet The Speaker lunch tables and drinks receptions.
'In The Boardroom' Discussion Groups - With the wide array of regulatory and market challenges facing the industry, we have recognized the need to create time for small group discussions away from the main stage, to allow more open, in-depth discussion of practical solutions in a closed-door environment. These practitioner-led, collaborative discussion groups will address key issues facing the industry. In each session, the practitioner host will present five minutes of initial thoughts on the topic before opening the discussion to the group, where people will then be able to share their ideas, challenges and experiences in that area.
Meet The Speaker Lunch Tables will give delegates the opportunity to have lunch with one of the world's leading risk experts, providing an informal environment to chat and ask questions as you enjoying lunch with a small group of your peers and one of the leading lights of the industry.
Delegates will also be able to meet and network with hundreds of senior risk experts from around the world at our Drinks Receptions, sharing war stories, learning from the experience of your peers, reconnecting with old friends and making some new ones.
We also offer an invitation-only CRO Breakfast Briefing which will bring together CROs from leading financial and non-financial firms for closed-door networking and discussion of the key issues they face and a CRO-Only Dinner. Email email@example.com for more details.
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"I found the presentations at RiskMinds Americas to be very relevant and the speakers to be some of the best in the field. I learnt a lot at the conference."
"RiskMinds Americas was a very insightful and valuable conference. Speakers were of a very high caliber and represented a good mix of banks, dealers and buy side institutions at the most senior level."