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Trends and Strategies for Procurement & Sourcing Cohesion

A big headache for many organizations is properly defining and aligning the third-party risk roles and responsibilities with the Procurement division. The Shared Assessments Procurement & Sourcing Working Group have been working diligently on identifying, defining, and aligning those roles and responsibilities to ensure cohesion of the onboarding, assessment, and monitoring processes. Attendees of this MFC will hear the results of our identified trends and strategies in tackling this ever-fluid challenge.

Cost: Free / Credits: 1 CPE
Speakers:
  • John Bree
    Chief Evangelist & Chief Risk Officer, Supply Wisdom
    John is Chief Evangelist & Chief Risk Officer with Supply Wisdom, the leading patented continuous risk intelligence and monitoring solution for third parties and locations. He is recognized as a global financial industry executive and risk subject matter expert, in vendor/third-party risk management, AML/CTF, KYC, and anti-fraud programs. Prior to joining Supply Wisdom, John held senior positions globally for Citi and Deutsche Bank covering corporate, investment, commercial and consumer banking. John is a member and co-moderator for RiskBoard.org, a member of the Shared Assessments US and UK Steering Committees and Co-Chair of the Financial Industry Vertical Strategy Group.
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  • Tom Garrubba
    Director, TPRM Professional Services, Echelon Risk + Cyber
    Tom Garrubba is an internationally recognized subject matter expert, lecturer, writer, and blogger on third-party risk, and is the head instructor for the Certified Third-Party Risk Professional (CTPRP) certification program. He is a contributor to Future of Sourcing, blogged for the Huffington Post’s Business section, and for Government Health IT, ISACA, Risk.net, and numerous eGRC websites.
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