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BELA Roundtable Series Hosted by UPMC Insurance Services
Pittsburgh, PA | November 13th, 2018 | 12:00pm – 4:30pm EST
Join your peers for an insightful conversation and hear how leading organizations are implementing specific components of their ethics and compliance program, while taking actionable steps to better assess the company’s culture of integrity.
This roundtable discussion will cover 2-3 hand selected topics ranging from ethical culture to third party risk to predictive data, this intimate forum connects diverse organizations and offers an environment for trusted conversations on best practices.
The convergence and integration of compliance and risk management within the broader GRC framework.Discussion led by KC Turan, Senior Vice President, Chief Risk, Compliance & Ethics Officer, UPMC Insurance Services.
Victoria McKenney, Deputy General Counsel – Regulatory & Compliance and Deputy Chief Compliance Officer at United States Steel Corporation and Patrick Speice, Assistant General Counsel – Regulatory & Compliance at United States Steel Corporation will lead an interactive session around different approaches and effective practices for handling hotline reports. This practical discussion will consider each stage of the report investigation process, including report intake and assignment, key considerations when conducting investigations, closing cases, and reporting out the results.
Jesse N. Schell, CEO of Schell Games and Professor of the Practice of Entertainment Technology at Carnegie Mellon University’s (CMU) Entertainment Technology Center (ETC), in Pittsburgh will present on Virtual Reality and How It’s Changing the World. Interactive discussion around how this and other developing technologies are likewise disrupting and changing GRC (data collection, privacy, etc.) will follow the presentation.
More discussion topics coming soon.
This event is fully booked.
UPMC Heath Plan
U.S. Steel Tower, 60th Floor
600 Grant Street