"As always these breakfast briefings are an excellent way of communicating with the Xactium tool."

Traci Joseph, Risk and Policy Analyst, Equiniti

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Workshops & Seminars

Xactium hosts regular events, to which industry speakers are invited to present on current risk management topics.

Designed to be interactive with plenty of time for discussion and debate, our events are open to all members of the risk management profession, these events also offer a valuable networking opportunity.


Project Risk Seminar: HS2 discuss how they implemented a new Risk System September 27th 2017

Keynote from Mike Bartlett, Head of Enterprise Risk, HS2
A valuable networking and information gathering opportunity for anyone working in a Project risk capacity.

Mike Bartlett, Head of Enterprise Risk, High Speed Two (HS2) Ltd, will open the workshop with an overview of the implemention of Xactium across what is currently one of the largest infrastructure projects in Europe.

Click here for more information and to register for this event


July 2017 Risk Assessment Workshop Highlights

Best Practices in Assessing Risk and Controls


This popular workshop held in London, was attended by 25 delegates from a broad specturm of organisations working across the financial services sector.

Manoj Kulwal, co-founder of Xactium partner's RiskSpotlight, led an interactive discussion on best practices in assessing risk and controls. 

"An excellent mix of expert led presentation of the subject, peer debate and discussion" - Adrian Bond, Capita Asset Services

"Very informative, it brings home and validates what I already know" - Traci Joseph, Equiniti


June 2017 Risk Appetite Workshop Highlights

Designing and implementing an effective risk appetite strategy

Hosted in London and Leeds this workshop addressed the influential topic of Risk Appetite.  The interactive sessions covered the fundamentals of risk appetite, explored the key challenges involved in defining the risk appetite framework and provided insight into as some practical approaches to capturing and monitoring risk appetite using Xactium.  

Both events were extremely well received by attendees from across the financial services sector:

"An excellent way of sharing best practice" - Jon Gerrard, Think Money Group

"A valuable opportunity to share experience and best practice with other risk professionals" - Joanna Jefferson, Equiniti


"Interesting discussion around a new concept which is understood as different things, to different people." (Risk Appetite, May 2017)
James Harpin, Risk Co-ordinator, Petrofac Services Ltd
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September 2016 Breakfast Briefing Highlights

Uncovering unexpected insights and increasing transparency using emerging technologies in operational risk; a personal journey

Led by Kirsty Rutter, CEO at Eaton Risk Advisory, a strategic and operational risk advisory business. Kirsty described her own personal journey with data and technology whilst working in operational risk and strategy at organisations such as Credit Suisse and Barclays.

"The reason I love operational risk is because it sits beautifully in that sweet spot between the ‘top down’ corporate strategy and the data that tells you stuff from the ‘bottom up’. It’s an application of logic and common sense. At its core it’s basic problem solving. With a passion for the point at which operational risk, meets technology, meets culture I have relished the exciting developments in technology in the last couple of years and the opportunities for change it does and will offer." - Kirsty Rutter

Xactium Financial Services