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For most organisations, having an established governance structure is a regulatory requirement.
Depending on the sector, this governance structure is underpinned by prescribed roles and assigned responsibilities held by named executives within the firm.
However, during times of disruption this structure is often challenged and, in some cases, would collapse under extreme conditions which impacts the firm’s resilience and ability to operate inline with its recovery plan.
The pandemic in 2020 is a clear example that highlighted the importance of having a dynamic governance structure that is robust to withstand the extre disruption seen while being flexible enough to accommodate the unique situation that this event presented.
In this session, Luma Zitani (Senior Manager, Accenture) explains how to create a dynamic governance structure that is robust to with stand extreme disruption.
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Governance at Times of Disruption
Luma is an economist and banking specialist experienced in Financial Crime policy setting and control implementation.
She designed and implemented compliance controls at strategic and operational levels working closely with business divisions, industry bodies and regulators to develop shared frameworks and an agreed approach on matters such as de-risking, facilitation of international transactions relating to humanitarian work and sectoral sanctions.