PRMIA Thanks Sponsors and Volunteers of Recent Events


Canadian Risk Forum

Sincere thanks to the sponsors and volunteers of the Canadian Risk Forum for their contributions in making the event a tremendous success. This event would not have been possible without their significant support and contributions. 

Sponsors

Platinum: KPMG

CRO Select:
EY

Gold: 
PwC
Wolters Kluwer

Silver: 
AxiomSL
Rotman School of Management
Promontory

Workshop Sponsor: Financial Risk Group (FRG)

Canadian Risk Forum Volunteers
Andreea Amariei | CRF Planning Committee Chair
Mihaela Capra | Toronto Planning Committee
Kabil Jaa | Pan-Canada Committe
Chris Merriman | Pan-Canada Committee
Sanjiv Talwar | Toronto Planning Committee
Victoria Guo | Toronto Planning Committee
Rachel Liang | Toronto Planning Committee
Jeff d'Avignon | Toronto Planning Committee
Greg Davis | Toronto Planning Committee
James Babicz | Toronto Planning Committee
Richard Di Gioacchino | Toronto Planning Committee
Carl Densem | Pan-Canada Committee


EMEA Risk Leader Summit

Thank you to the sponsors and volunteers of the EMEA Risk Leader Summit for their contributions in making the two day event a huge success. This summit was enhanced by their support and participation.

Sponsors

Bloomberg – strategic partner
Avantage Reply
Fiserv
Bearing Point

Planning Committee 
Led by Kathryn Kerle (PRMIA London Co-Regional Director and Head of Risk Reporting, Risk Infrastructure, RBS) and Cosimo Pacciani (Chief Risk Officer, European Stability Mechanism). Thank you to Clare Acaye and Vijay Krishnaswamy, London Steering Committee members, for their help with the event.

And thanks PRMIA EMEA Chapters for their involvement and support of this event: 
Bahrain, Brussels, Dusseldorf, Egypt, Frankfurt, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, London, Luxembourg, Munich, Netherlands, Nigeria, Paris, Poland, Qatar, Russia, South Africa, and Vienna.

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