GRC Exchange Gathers the Most Influential Leaders in Governance, Risk, and Compliance
Developing an integrated GRC strategy that enhances value, empowers people and aligns processes and technology
Tampa Bay, FL (PRWEB) October 31, 2012
The governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) environment continues to evolve with added layers of complexity and demands that challenge even the most seasoned executives. Practitioners are being constantly challenged on many fronts ranging from mounting regulatory requirements, outdated policies and procedures, strained resources, spiraling costs, and tightened budgets. These issues – combined with increasing demand for board and executive accountability – have sparked an urgent impetus for organizations to integrate and streamline their GRC processes and practices. Savvy companies are extending beyond their industry to glean best practices and new approaches in tackling some today's toughest challenges.
The Governance, Risk, and Compliance Exchange will bring together industry experts, influencers, and leaders from some of the largest, global corporations, across all industries. The event offers a backdrop that is conducive for executive practitioners to debate, discuss, and discover practical solutions to their most pressing priorities.
This three-day event offers the attendees the unique opportunity of networking with direct peers with brainstorming sessions, one-one meetings with solution providers, and a personalized agenda where they can select the topics they are interested in.
On the first day, the executives will participate in a round table with Bobby Butler, Vice President, Universal Weather and Aviation, Eric Baim, Executive Director, Novartis Pharmaceuticals, and Gautam Sachdev, Senior Vice President, HSBC Security about leading practices for achieving governance, risk and compliance success at the company level.
On the second day, the attendees can choose between tracks with Bob Brewer, Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer from office Depot about Bribery and Fraud Prevention or a session about IT Governance with Scott Baron, Director, Digital Risk and Security Governance, from National Grid.
The GRC Exchange is invitation-only to CCOs, CPOs, CLOs and Vice-Presidents and To ensure the event offers the highest degree of relevancy, only senior executives from leading Fortunes 1000 companies responsible for providing leadership and guidance within their corporations are invited.
Some of the companies attending are: Bank of America, Best Buy, Bridgestone, Farmers Insurance, GE Capital, Golden Living, Hasbro, Johnson Controls, Lenovo, Limited Brands, Nike, Pacific Life, Siemens, Tech Data, The Greenbier Companies, University of California, Walgreens, among others.
To request an invitation to attend GRC Exchange, please visit http://www.executivegrcexchange.com or email at inexchange(at)iqpc(dot)com
To request information about sponsorship, http://www.executivegrcexchange.com or email at spexchange(at)iqpc(dot)com
About IQPC Exchange
IQPC Exchange (http://www.iqpcexchange.com) is a division of IQPC that focuses on a specific event format, providing an exclusive 'peer-to-peer' networking platform that unites senior level decision makers, providing them with the strategies to meet key business goals.
IQPC (http://www.iqpc.com) provides business executives with tailored practical conferences, large-scale events, topical seminars and in-house training programs. Producing over 2,000 events annually around the world, IQPC continues to grow and has offices in cities across six continents including Berlin, Dubai, London, New York, Sao Paulo, Singapore, Sydney, and Toronto.
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