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AIRIP London Event: April 2019
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Please join us for this special event by the association run for analysts, by analysts, focused on the professionalization of our work in both the international corporate and government domains.

4/11/2019
When: Thursday, April 11, 2019
1:30 PM
Where: De Vere West One, Oxford Circus
London
United Kingdom
Contact: Elena Carrington


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AGENDA

 

Time

Topic

1330

Registration

Please arrive and be seated no later than 1400; welcome refreshments will be available

 

1400

Welcome

Introduction to and setting the “questions of the day” for consideration throughout

 

Justin Crump, AIRIP Board (Moderator)

 

1410

About AIRIP – Vision, Mission, and Representing You

 

Ryan Long, President, AIRIP

Elena Carrington, Vice-President, AIRIP

 

1430

Discussion Session 1: Optimising Product – The Push and Pull

 

Liz Chamberlin, Executive Director, The International Security Management Association

Steve Slyter, Deputy CSO, Cargill

Derek Leatherdale, MD, GRI Strategies and former Head of Intelligence, HSBC

James Gooding, Director of Global Intelligence, IHG

 

This moderated session will cover:

 

  • How do we better understand our clients, and spot the opportunities to use risk intelligence effectively within businesses?
  • How can we better position and “sell” what we do, including displaying Return on Investment?
  • How do we avoid common pitfalls?
  • How do we integrate emerging issues, e.g. cyber?

 

1530

Break and Networking

Refreshments will be served

 

1600

Discussion Session 2: Developing People - Ourselves and our Teams

 

Meredith Wilson, CEO, Emergent Risk International

Chris Meager, Manager, Corporate Security and Resilience, Barclay Simpson

Arian Avila, COO Global Corporate Security, Bank of America

 

This moderated session will cover:

 

  • What are the key skills for a corporate intelligence professional, beyond the obvious?
  • What resources are available for training and development, and are they sufficient?
  • Where can or should our careers lead?
  • How do we get employers to understand what “good” and “bad” look like?
  • What can we do to encourage diversity and inclusion?

 

1700

Wrap-Up and Group Discussion

 

1730

Drinks Reception and Networking on the Terrace (until 1900)

 

 

 
 
 

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