OpRisk Europe 2011 is a leading conference on risk management that brings together key professionals from across Europe to discuss the key issues and challenges related to this industry. The 13th Annual Operational Risk Europe Conference will be held from June 7-9, 2011, at TBC exhibition centre in London. The conference will be providing a unique opportunity for the participants to get deep insights into forthcoming changes and implementation on the latest industry practices. The conference is likely to attract a large number of visitors which includes Risk Managers, Heads of Risk Control, Heads of Risk Management, Chief Risk Officers, Basel II Project Managers/Coordinators, Operational Risk Policy and Support representatives, Operational Risk Analysts, Operational Risk Managers, Heads of Corporate Governance, Global Heads of Operational Risk, Managing Directors, Vice Presidents, Directors and Associates within Operational Risk, and Heads of Operational Risk. London, the capital of England, where the conference is being held is highly accessible as it is served by six international airports – Heathrow, which handles several international airlines
international airlines from around the world; Gatwick; Stansted, the main airport for Low Cost Airlines from Europe; Luton, mainly handling European flights; London City Airport, which receives flights from UK and Europe only; and Southend. Visitors from the US planning to attend the event should think of booking air tickets and take business class flights to London
to reach comfortably as the flights would be long haul. Apart from the British Airways, visitors from the US may travel by American Airlines, Continental Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Northwest Airlines, US Airways and Virgin Atlantic.
The participants in the event will get excellent networking opportunities to discover the innovative strategies of implementation of risk management practices. The conference will include in-depth industry case studies, keynote presentations, roundtable discussions, and interactive panel debates from leading firms. The comprehensive agenda for the event among others include discussions on the outlook for Basel III and possible new enhancements to the current regulatory framework, methods to develop effective scenario analysis program, as well as practical steps that operational risk managers need to take now to strengthen their existing risk frameworks against future market crises. The conference is a must-attend event for all those associated with risk management. Booking business class tickets to London during peak holiday travel times, such as the summer Eurail season, can prove to be most expensive. For getting business class discounts on your plane tickets, it is always good to book much ahead in advance. Attending the OpRisk Europe 2011 conference will be a fruitful experience as you will gain insights into the challenges and issues related to risk management practices.