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Conference Agenda Day Two - Friday 16 March, 2018

Registration and Refreshments
Welcome Back from the Chairman

Chris Johnston, SAP

Governance, Risk, and Confusion: How to Make it Work Better
  • More regulation: not the solution, but the problem
  • Three lines of defense; another problem to be solved
  • Are algorithms going to be helpful or are they going to make compliance officers redundant?
  • The importance of behavior and culture

Leen Paape, Nyenrode Business University

Redesigning the Control Framework
  • The business focus that turned United Utilities’ attention to implementing SAP GRC solutions
  • The development of a long-term strategy for using this technology within the business
  • How United Utilities harnessed the functionality available to provide a consolidated controls repository and continuous controls monitoring
  • The challenges and lessons learned along the way

Vicky Howarth, United Utilities

A Common Platform for Risk Management, Internal Controls, Ethics & Compliance and Audit Management
  • The Stora Enso journey to integrating GRC management activities
  • A common approach to achieve improved transparency, efficiently coordinated reporting and monitoring
  • How to balance risk, control and assurance

Reetta Liikala, Stora Enso

Refreshment Break and a Visit to the Exhibition
Breakout Session A
Breakout Session B
SAP Using SAP® GRC Solutions – the GRC Framework at SAP

Marie-Luise Wagener, SAP

Next Generation Audit: How SAP uses its own State-of-the Art Audit System


Angelika Dillinger, SAP

Embedding Compliance into SAP S/4HANA®



Marie-Luise Wagener, SAP

After 15+ Projects for SAP® Process Control: What Makes a Successful GRC Platform?

Maxim Chuprunov, Riscomp GmbH

Networking Lunch in the Exhibition Area
  • What is shift left and why it is important to risk and control
  • The journey we all are on even if we do not know it
  • Sustainable risks and control management
  • Definition of done: what good looks like

Denis Ontiveros Merlo, BP PLC

DHL Express’ Journey to Build a Controls and Risk International Platform
  • DHL Express business update
  • Internal Controls (CRISP) in DHL Express
  • CRISP and SAP® Process Control Project
  • Integration of 57,000 controls in over 220 countries
  • Efficiency through referencing – based on shared services structures
  • The benefits DHL Express achieved by basing its CRISP implementation on SAP GRC solutions

Martha Caro, DHL Express

Closing SAP Innovation Keynote Address: Office of the CFO, Finance and GRC Coming Together
  • Digitalization is creating unprecedented transparency, but also new types of risk
  • The impact of digital technologies and the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
  • Managing operational risks in a more proactive way and improving efficiency by using process intelligence to boost financial performance
  • Significantly increased demands on internal controls and other security measures
  • A risk-based approach to compliance, cybersecurity, and data protection
  • The role of new technologies in helping to provide a holistic overview on existing risks

Martin Naraschewski, SAP

Close of Day Two, End of Conference

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