Date: 2-3

February 2023

Location: London

Third Party And Vendor Risk Management For Financial Institutions

The marcus evans Third Party And Vendor Risk Management for Financial Institutions conference taking place on 2-3 February, 2023 in London, UK, will compile the expertise and experience of senior stakeholders within the field of TPRM to allow delegates to gain an understanding of a wide range of solutions to current concerns within TPRM. The meeting features sessions on how to maintain local compliancy across Europe, sustain a continuous assessment programme for vendors, identify unknown concentration risk sources within the supply chain, understand and implement AI and digital software and understand the effects of vendor’s business resiliency on TPRM for financial institutions. These in-depth interactive sessions will be carried out by experts in the field each with a unique perspective on TPRM, backed by years of experience. Firms can expect to take-home both a wider and more in-depth understanding of how to mitigate the most pressing issues in TPRM.

PCN subscribers are entitled to £200 discount when using discount code ‘ME_PCN’! For more information please contact Ria Kiayia, Digital Media and PR Marketing Executive at riak@marcusevanscy.com or visit the event website: https://bit.ly/3VRo34R

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