Reducing Operational Risk through Employee Engagement

Length: 50 minutes | Format: Webinar

Operational risk poses significant threats to businesses, especially in areas such as data entry, failure of internal controls, poor IT infrastructure and data management. 

In this webinar, we will explore the nature of operational risk in these areas, the barriers to employee engagement, and how using innovative learning methods can improve risk awareness and mitigate growing operational risk threats. 

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Discussion points

  • Understanding operational risk with a case study overview
  • Regulatory expectations and the implications of poor practice
  • Challenges with employee engagement in risk learning
  • Learning methods to improve risk training and engagement


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Webinar Speakers

Samantha Martin-Woodgate

Webinar Host

Samantha Martin-Woodgate
Head of Community

Sam has worked in various business growth roles for over 20 years. She supports Skillcast as Community Leader, fostering collaboration, communication and innovation. She is building our compliance community and facilitates meaningful peer networking to enable regulated firms.


Guest Speaker

Swapan Sawhney
Managing Director
RiskCom Solutions

Swapan is an MD with over 30 plus years of experience leading business-aligned risk and compliance functions at JP Morgan London and Standard Chartered Bank Singapore. He has extensive experience in the development and execution of Risk Management and Compliance frameworks across multiple jurisdictions and banking products.


Guest Speaker

Lucien Carter
Director of Regulatory Compliance

Lucien brings 35+ years of experience, having worked across commercial, training and compliance disciplines.  Most recently he was Deputy Head of Compliance for a European Private Bank with a focus on regulatory implementation; a role that can be best described as "guiding the organisation and people to better understand their regulatory responsibilities to deliver more efficient regulatory outcomes.