Tuesday, 26 February 2019
7:30am – 9:00am
Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, 27 O'Connell Street, Sydney NSW
Data disruption. Political fragmentation. Distorted government. Untapped markets. Rising populism.
2018 presented new challenges for business. Doing business across borders is getting harder and doing business within them is becoming more bespoke.
The Global Compact Network Australia (GCNA) invites you to attend a breakfast briefing in collaboration with Control Risks to bring together businesses to hear from Senior Partners, Dane Chamorro and John Macpherson, present the 2019 RiskMap and provide an incisive assessment of the risks most likely to impact Australian business in the year ahead.
In 2019, we will witness a new world order emerging as the US-China trade war hardens into a more permanent stance, making it the defining geopolitical dynamic for the year ahead.
The changing global data regulation environment teamed with the inconsistent enforcement, will challenge business, and for the first time in RiskMap analysis, we expect extreme weather to be a major cause of disruption and pose a new level of risk to business.
Control Risks’ international experts will take you through what you need to prepare in order to prepare for these challenges and seize the opportunities that will emerge out of this new landscape.
This event is invitation only; however, we encourage you to pass the invitation onto your Security, Risk, Legal, General Counsel, Legal and Governance teams. Registrations will be on a “first in, best dressed” basis.
This event is applicable to all businesses.
Please register here.