NEW YORK – As U.S. manufacturers develop and implement strategies to navigate the challenging global economy, the ability to assess, quantify, and manage risk on an enterprise-wide basis has become critical to their success.
Marsh will hold an interactive webcast on evaluating critical manufacturing risk issues through the lens of enterprise risk management,Thursday, June 24 at 10 a.m. EDT.
The webcast, Evaluating Critical Manufacturing Risk Issues Through the Lens of Enterprise Risk Management, will feature a panel discussion involving Marsh executives Sara Sirotzky, Midwest Manufacturing Practice Leader; Mat Allen, Global Practice Leader, Enterprise Risk Services & Solutions, and Alan Schoem, senior vice president, Global Product Risk Practice. They will address the use of strategic and enterprise risk approaches by manufacturers, as well as critical risks and recent developments related to product recall, security, supply chain, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) laws and other regulations governing international trade practices.
“As they strive to navigate the increasingly challenging global economic environment and a more rigorous regulatory landscape, manufacturers are sharpening their focus on understanding and quantifying their risks and taking steps to address them,” said Sirotzky. “At the same time, as these firms scrutinize all expenditures, risk managers and other financial executives must be able to demonstrate ROI of their enterprise and strategic risk initiatives.”
To register for the webcast, visit: www.seeuthere.com/marsh/manufacturing-erm.
The webcast and its replay are free of charge.