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Hi everybody,
I am a senior business consultant with 12-year experience in the area of (retail) credit risk management. I've been involved in different industries, from telco through to banking and leasing organizations. My expertise is mostly in the area of Basel II, credit scoring (development), strategy design and optimization, risk management process audit and design.
I would like to take the chance of being part of such a community to build professional relationships with other professionals operating in the same field.
Looking forward to that,
ciao.

Daniele
Hi everybody,
I have over 25 years of experience in IT, Telecoms, Media and Entertainment Marketing across the Middle East Region.
Since 3 years ago I started to care about risk that comes from the information technology sector and learned how to mitigate, transfer and manage these risks.
My interest is to ensure that organization's information technology and its business systems and assets are protected and controlled.
Hi all,
I have over 20 years risk experience in Australia ranging from Defence to Telecommunications and Finance. I started my own consultancey (SRMA) 10 years ago, specialising in Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity. Since then we have branched out into general operational risk.

Over the past two years we have also developed our own web based Risk Software Platform (ORIM). Fully complaint to the ISO 31000 Process we are now ready to enter the market and are looking for delivery partners around the world. The software has been developed to support my own consultancey (10 staff and 20 clients) and also fit directly into any organisation consulting/legal/accounting or into a company directly regardles of size.

I am keen to be part of this network to help grow my global network of peer risk providers.

Regards from Australia,

Chris J.
Hello Chris,
It seems we have some interests in common! I'd like to learn more about your products. Can we skype or phone? I'm in Johannesburg.
Regards,
Brian Henry

Chris Jacka said:
Hi all,
I have over 20 years risk experience in Australia ranging from Defence to Telecommunications and Finance. I started my own consultancey (SRMA) 10 years ago, specialising in Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity. Since then we have branched out into general operational risk.

Over the past two years we have also developed our own web based Risk Software Platform (ORIM). Fully complaint to the ISO 31000 Process we are now ready to enter the market and are looking for delivery partners around the world. The software has been developed to support my own consultancey (10 staff and 20 clients) and also fit directly into any organisation consulting/legal/accounting or into a company directly regardles of size.

I am keen to be part of this network to help grow my global network of peer risk providers.

Regards from Australia,

Chris J.
Hi Brian,

Skype name is ChrisJacka in Australia

Be great to have a chat.

Brian Henry said:
Hello Chris,
It seems we have some interests in common! I'd like to learn more about your products. Can we skype or phone? I'm in Johannesburg.
Regards,
Brian Henry

Chris Jacka said:
Hi all,
I have over 20 years risk experience in Australia ranging from Defence to Telecommunications and Finance. I started my own consultancey (SRMA) 10 years ago, specialising in Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity. Since then we have branched out into general operational risk.

Over the past two years we have also developed our own web based Risk Software Platform (ORIM). Fully complaint to the ISO 31000 Process we are now ready to enter the market and are looking for delivery partners around the world. The software has been developed to support my own consultancey (10 staff and 20 clients) and also fit directly into any organisation consulting/legal/accounting or into a company directly regardles of size.

I am keen to be part of this network to help grow my global network of peer risk providers.

Regards from Australia,

Chris J.
Hi Everyone,
My name is Mark, and I'm a reporter for Operational Risk and Regulation magazine. We are a monthly magazine and website, based at http://www.risk.net/operational-risk-and-regulation
I work in London, and cover all sorts of areas relevant to the discipline of OR. My beat in particular is Europe, both the Union and at national level, and I'm always keen to speak to people from throughout the industry.
I've been at the magazine a relatively short amount of time, and I'm still learning a great deal about this sector of financial services, having previously been free-lancing in areas around consumer technology.

At the moment, I'm particularly thinking about the role of gender in operational risk and whether there can be issues around "groupthink" when organisations are too homegenous.
However, I am always interested to know what you, the experts, think are the developing trends in OR, and what is driving that.

If you would like to contact me, I'm sure you can do so through the site, or alternatively via my email, mark.sands@incisivemedia.com
If you wish to follow the kinds of things we're covering feel free to either check out the website or you can find me on twitter; @MarkTimSands.

All the best,

Mark
Hi Mark,

I read (and tweeted the link) to your article in the online version. I would be interested in any links you post to any oprevious papers etc that you have written.

Cheers,

Marcus
Mark Sands said:
Hi Everyone,
My name is Mark, and I'm a reporter for Operational Risk and Regulation magazine. We are a monthly magazine and website, based at http://www.risk.net/operational-risk-and-regulation
I work in London, and cover all sorts of areas relevant to the discipline of OR. My beat in particular is Europe, both the Union and at national level, and I'm always keen to speak to people from throughout the industry.
I've been at the magazine a relatively short amount of time, and I'm still learning a great deal about this sector of financial services, having previously been free-lancing in areas around consumer technology.

At the moment, I'm particularly thinking about the role of gender in operational risk and whether there can be issues around "groupthink" when organisations are too homegenous.
However, I am always interested to know what you, the experts, think are the developing trends in OR, and what is driving that.

If you would like to contact me, I'm sure you can do so through the site, or alternatively via my email, mark.sands@incisivemedia.com
If you wish to follow the kinds of things we're covering feel free to either check out the website or you can find me on twitter; @MarkTimSands.

All the best,

Mark
Hi Marcus,
I'm glad you like the piece, though I think you've attributed to David Sands in your tweet! haha!
Thanks for pointing out. I have corrected now in a new tweet.

Marcus Cree said:
Hi Mark,

I read (and tweeted the link) to your article in the online version. I would be interested in any links you post to any oprevious papers etc that you have written.

Cheers,

Marcus
Mark Sands said:
Hi Everyone,
My name is Mark, and I'm a reporter for Operational Risk and Regulation magazine. We are a monthly magazine and website, based at http://www.risk.net/operational-risk-and-regulation
I work in London, and cover all sorts of areas relevant to the discipline of OR. My beat in particular is Europe, both the Union and at national level, and I'm always keen to speak to people from throughout the industry.
I've been at the magazine a relatively short amount of time, and I'm still learning a great deal about this sector of financial services, having previously been free-lancing in areas around consumer technology.

At the moment, I'm particularly thinking about the role of gender in operational risk and whether there can be issues around "groupthink" when organisations are too homegenous.
However, I am always interested to know what you, the experts, think are the developing trends in OR, and what is driving that.

If you would like to contact me, I'm sure you can do so through the site, or alternatively via my email, mark.sands@incisivemedia.com
If you wish to follow the kinds of things we're covering feel free to either check out the website or you can find me on twitter; @MarkTimSands.

All the best,

Mark
You didn't have to do that, Marcus, I was only joking!
Thank you anyway!
I didn't take it as a complaint. I do prefer to be accurate about such things though. Its easy to let normal standards slip on applications like Twitter.

Mark Sands said:
You didn't have to do that, Marcus, I was only joking!
Thank you anyway!
Hi, Chris. I and a few fellow travellers are working on a flexible web based risk assessment solution based on US standards, working primarily from COSO and related IT standards such as COBIT and based on methods commonly applied to operational and financial risk assessment in the US. Do you have a website where the outline of your approach can be understood? Very interested in comparing notes and will be happy to share the outline of our approach. You're a little ahead of us and I'd also be interested in the steps you've taken to bring your product to market. You can mail me direct at halfmoonsolutions@earthlink.net. Thanks, and hope to hear from you soon. Ed Collins, Half Moon Solutions LLC, Houston, TX.

Chris Jacka said:
Hi all,
I have over 20 years risk experience in Australia ranging from Defence to Telecommunications and Finance. I started my own consultancey (SRMA) 10 years ago, specialising in Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity. Since then we have branched out into general operational risk.

Over the past two years we have also developed our own web based Risk Software Platform (ORIM). Fully complaint to the ISO 31000 Process we are now ready to enter the market and are looking for delivery partners around the world. The software has been developed to support my own consultancey (10 staff and 20 clients) and also fit directly into any organisation consulting/legal/accounting or into a company directly regardles of size.

I am keen to be part of this network to help grow my global network of peer risk providers.

Regards from Australia,

Chris J.

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