Annual Report 2019

It’s been quite a year in our Risky Women® journey. We took on a whole new look and dressed ourselves up in red!

A MESSAGE FROM

KIMBERLEY COLE

Reflecting on the past year is a time to ponder achievements with a sense of anticipation about the year ahead.  It’s been quite a year in our Risky Women journey. We took on a whole new look and dressed ourselves up in red! With new energy and enthusiasm we continued to amplify the voices of our Risky Women across the globe.

Risky Women Radio went from strength to strength with 10 episodes in this, our second season.  Nicola Wakefield Evans started Season 2 and spoke to us about managing risk at the Board level and how important Tone at the Top is for good governance and culture. Our speaker panel of talented and knowledgeable Risky Women continues to impress.  The discussion and diversity of topics touch on the key challenges and opportunities for compliance professionals.  Once again, we had regulators join us, ending this season with Sarah Hayes from London’s Financial Conduct Authority.  It was also great to have Ruth Steinholtz talk about the important topic of ethics from the Singapore Regulatory Summit.  Another treat was speaking to Yuko Kawai from the Bank of Japan in London.  Yuko-san was a speaker at the Tokyo Regulatory summit in 2017, so it was lovely to catch up again and share her knowledge with our online audience.

RegTech continues its progress in providing solutions and driving innovation.  Having The Reg Doctor, Sian Lewin and Joanna Jenkins from Railsbank talking about their focus and future developments in RegTech gave us the latest views.

Other episodes featured Saadia Mujeeb from Natwest Markets on Risk and the Credit Crunch, the fabulous Angie Lau from Forkast News, and our sponsors at Thomson Reuters shared their report on the growing regulatory perimeter with Senior Editor Rachel Wolcott.   Financial Crime remains a top issue and Refinitiv’s Sherry Madera shared how data can help in tackling the challenge.  You will also get some top tips on what to watch, listen to and read so have a listen!

Events were held in London, Singapore, Sydney and Toronto.  We hosted our first Risky Women Roundtable and will use this more intimate discussion forum for future events allowing a boardroom style get together. Our partnerships continued and we loved getting together in London with our Power Women friends on ESG Investing.  Our Risky Women sponsorship of TEDxTinHauWomen continued in Honk Kong for the second year.

Risky Women is now more than connecting and celebrating our women in risk and compliance, we want to be a destination to inspire women and showcase and amplify your views, insights and opinions. We target an attitude and approach that is both professional and fun. Through our ROAR newsletters, events and community platform, we are dedicated to helping our Risky Women connect, learn and lead.  So get involved!  I would love to hear your ideas.

Thank you for all your support and don’t forget to enter a 5 star review for Risky Women Radio wherever you listen to podcasts!

Best Wishes,
Kimberley

Risky Women Rebranded and Relaunched!

Take a look at the inspiration for our new logo and brand. We love our diving R!

RISKY WOMEN RADIO SERIES 2

Podcast | Season 2 Teaser 1920 896 Risky Women

Podcast | Season 2 Teaser

Podcast | S2E1 Tone at the Top: Nicola Wakefield Evans 1402 788 Risky Women

Podcast | S2E1 Tone at the Top: Nicola Wakefield Evans

Podcast | S2E2 Ethics of Compliance: Ruth Steinholtz 1400 787 Risky Women

Podcast | S2E2 Ethics of Compliance: Ruth Steinholtz

Podcast | S2E3 Going Global & Bank of Japan: Yuko Kawai 1400 788 Risky Women

Podcast | S2E3 Going Global & Bank of Japan: Yuko Kawai

Podcast | S2E4 Credit Risk and the Credit Crunch: Saadia Mujeeb 1400 788 Risky Women

Podcast | S2E4 Credit Risk and the Credit Crunch: Saadia Mujeeb

Podcast | S2E5 Expanding the Regulatory Perimeter 1920 1080 Risky Women

Podcast | S2E5 Expanding the Regulatory Perimeter

Podcast | S2E6 #REGTECH – What’s Hot? Angie Lau 1292 727 Risky Women

Podcast | S2E6 #REGTECH – What’s Hot? Angie Lau

Podcast | S2E7 New Age Compliance Officer – Compliance Meets Tech: Joanna Jenkins 1920 1080 Risky Women

Podcast | S2E7 New Age Compliance Officer – Compliance Meets Tech: Joanna Jenkins

Podcast | S2E8 Fighting Financial Crime: Sherry Madera 1920 1081 Risky Women

Podcast | S2E8 Fighting Financial Crime: Sherry Madera

Podcast | S2E9 The Reg Doctor: Sian Lewin 1920 1080 Risky Women

Podcast | S2E9 The Reg Doctor: Sian Lewin

Podcast | S2E10 Regulator Series: Sarah Hayes from London’s Financial Conduct Authority 1920 1080 Risky Women

Podcast | S2E10 Regulator Series: Sarah Hayes from London’s Financial Conduct Authority

Highlights 2019

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A YEAR IN REVIEW

London: Risky Women Meets PowerWomen 1400 788 Risky Women

London: Risky Women Meets PowerWomen

Risky Women Singapore: The Ethics of Compliance with Ruth Steinholz 1400 787 Risky Women

Risky Women Singapore: The Ethics of Compliance with Ruth Steinholz

Risky Women Sydney: Regulatory Summit Lunch with Ruth Steinholz 1400 788 Risky Women

Risky Women Sydney: Regulatory Summit Lunch with Ruth Steinholz

Radio National | How are protests affecting Australian business and trade in Hong Kong? 1400 787 Risky Women

Radio National | How are protests affecting Australian business and trade in Hong Kong?

Risky Women London: Compliance & Ethics Round Table with Ruth Steinholtz 1400 787 Risky Women

Risky Women London: Compliance & Ethics Round Table with Ruth Steinholtz

Thomson Reuters Report: Financial Crime Compliance for Non-financial Companies: The Expanding Regulatory Perimeter 761 1073 Risky Women

Thomson Reuters Report: Financial Crime Compliance for Non-financial Companies: The Expanding Regulatory Perimeter

Risky Women Sponsorships Launch! 1920 896 Risky Women

Risky Women Sponsorships Launch!

Risky Women Toronto: Championing Innovation with Ellis Odynn 1400 933 Risky Women

Risky Women Toronto: Championing Innovation with Ellis Odynn

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