Cape Town, South Africa, July 11, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Marcus Evans proudly presented the 3rd Annual GRC Africa conference which took place on the 4th – 6th July 2018 at the Cape Town Marriott Hotel Crystal Towers, Cape Town, South Africa.
The conference featured acclaimed speakers, world renowned thought leaders award winning trainer who shared and debated the latest insights on GRC function of the future. The conference will also highlighted challenges in risk management and ways to make improvement for the risk management functions.
Presenting keynote presentations and discussion by well renowned industry experts such as Professor Mervyn King Chairman KING COMMITTEE; Tshilidzi Mphephu Director – Information Technology Audits National Treasury South Africa; Carolynn Chalmers Corporate Governance and IT Governance Advisor Candor Governance; Martins Ogbolu Group Executive Head of Ethics and Compliance Vodacom; Fay Hoosain Former Senior Vice President: Governance, Compliance and Ethics Sasol Limited; Ziaad Suleman Chief Operating Officer IBM ; Lizette Brits Group Compliance / Head Strategic Planning and Execution Standard Bank; Annelize De Beer Former Head of Enterprise Risk and Compliance Santam; Lian van Oudheusden Head- Model Risk Management Firstrand Bank; Msizi Gumede Chief Risk Officer Illovo Sugar; Setiloane Mpho Managing Executive Group Risk Vodacom; Sizwe Nyenyiso Chief Audit Executive Parliament Of The Republic Of South Africa; Warren Hero Former Chief Technology Officer Microsoft; Jacqui van der Walt Divisional Company Secretary Bidvest Group; Muhammed Essop Regional Chief Compliance Officer GE; Mayuri Naidoo Head- Legal and Compliance Alcon Laboratories; Yvonne Perumal Director Group Legal Liberty; Jamie Moodley Divisional Head- Governance and Compliance Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality; Keval Dave Head of Risk and Controls: Chief Data Office ABSA; Annabelle Thomas Head of Group Legal Sun International.
One of the workshop trainers, Cynthia Schoeman Managing Director of Ethics Monitoring & Management Services shared that, “when an organisation has a strong ethical culture, ethics serves as a major contributor to improved governance, better levels of compliance and reduced risk arising from breaches of ethics.”
The annual conference featured a post conference coaching on Ethical Leadership, a platform to shape leadership towards creating and sustaining an ethical culture by establishing an effective compliance framework in organisations.
One of the highlights of the event were the roundtables discussions on digital disruption as well as harnessing organisation innovation potential this 2018.