Monday, March 27, 2017

Get to Know the Masters of Enterprise Risk Management

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Get to know more about the masters as we conquer together the modern age of business in a paced changing society.

Risks adversely affect enterprises either in a creeping way; or in just one fatal blow. Enterprises are most vulnerable to all sorts of risk. As Daniel Wagner succinctly puts it Some risks that are thought to be unknown, are not unknown. With some foresight and critical thought, some risks that at first glance may seem unforeseen, can in fact be foreseen. Armed with the right set of tools, procedures, knowledge and insight, light can be shed on variables that lead to risk, allowing us to manage them.

Risk could be everywhere, that’s why we are here to offer the best prolocutors in the country, these people definitely knew how to manage and overcome risk.

Let’s meet them!

Juan Carlos Robles CPA, CIA, CFE, CISA, CRMA, FICD, MM Managing Partner & CEO

Juancho has gained over 25 years of combined experience in public accounting, government auditing, internal audit, risk management, corporate finance, strategic planning and fraud forensic audit services. He is currently the Managing Partner & CEO of Chan Robles & Company and ChanRoblesKonsult of the ChanRobles Group of Companies. Previously, Juancho was connected with Punongbayan&Araullo (P&A), where he was a Partner and the Head of Advisory Services Division. He also previously occupied the positions of Audit Committee Chairman and Risk Management Partner at P&A. Earlier in his auditing career, Juancho trained in New York with another firm. Subsequently, he worked abroad, where he received various awards and commendations from U.S. government agencies (including the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation) for his work against white collar crimes and public corruption. He also received a special award as ―Outstanding Filipino Professional‖ from the Philippine Consulate General.

Juancho is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) both in the United States—where he obtained the highest possible rating in auditing of 99% in the 2000 U.S. uniform CPA examinations—and in the Philippines—where he obtained the 11th highest overall rating in the 1984 CPA licensure examinations. Juancho obtained his Masters in Management Degree, with Distinction, from the Asian Institute of Management and his Bachelor’s Degree in Accountancy, Honourable Mention, from De La Salle University. He recently graduated from the prestigious Harvard Business School's Owners-President Management Program (2013 - 2015).

Manuel Joey A. Regala President Information Security Officers Group (ISOG)

Manuel Joey A. Regala or Joey has more than 30 years of management experience in Information Technology and IT Security on Financial Systems. He has a proven record of accomplishment on implementing an effective information security infrastructure to protect clients’ Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and the company’s information assets from unauthorized access and disclosure. He is also a specialist in designing, providing and implementing effective information security architecture suitable for an organization. Joey is presently serving as Vice President and Head of Information Security Department of UCPB, one of the leading providers of financial products and services to corporations, private and government institutions, middle market companies, small-and-medium-sized businesses and individuals. He is currently President of Information Security Officers Group (ISOG), an organization comprising of Security leaders of the different financial institutions in the Philippines. Chairman of the PNP ACG-Council (Anti-Cybercrime Group). He became a Board Member of ISACAManila (Information Systems Audit & Control Association)and ITIP Vice President for TSIG Interest Group in 2014 · President of ISACA- Manila, 2012 · Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). 

Dante Fuentes Chief Compliance Officer, Security Bank Corporation

Dante graduated in University of Mindanao under BS Accountancy, he took his Mastered Degree in Middle Management at Ateneo Graduate School of Business. He became the Head of Accounting department in Philippine Banking Corporation for fourteen years. He handled the financial control of the bank and responsible for supervising the quality of accounting and financial reporting as Comptroller for five years in Asian bank Corporation and Philippine Bank of Communication for four years, he was promoted to be a Chief Compliance Officer from January 2001 up to December 2008. In the same position he directs the implementation of the Bank’s Compliance Group involving major undertakings such as overseeing and monitoring of the Bank’s Compliance System, Corporate Governance and Anti- Money Laundering Programs at China Banking Corporation from December 2008 to June 2013.

In June 2013 he transfer at Security Bank Corporation as Deputy Chief Compliance Officer and became a Chief Compliance Officer since January 2014 up to present.

He is the current President of Association of Bank Compliance Officers, Inc for twelve years. He is also the current President of Association of Certified Fraud Examiners – Philippine Chapter since February 2014

Jesus Naquila Manager - Technical Services Department at Anchor Insurance Brokerage Corp (A Subsidiary of San Miguel Corporation)

Jess has more than 30 years of experience in risk management, he took his MBA, Business Administration and Management, General in International Academy of Management and Economics from 2001 – 2002.

He started his business career as the Head of Insurance and Risk Management at Globe Telecom for eleven years from 1995 to 2006. He became Risk Manager, Insurance and Risk Management at Singapore Telecommunication Pte.Ltd. - 2006 – 2007. Senior Manager, Risk Management at Certis Cisco Singapore for 2 years 2007 to 2009. From December 2009 up to May 2012

He became Assistant Vice President, Risk Management in Singapore Post Ltd. AVP - Specialized Risk Management at Aboitiz Equity Ventures Inc May 2012 – November 2012.

He is currently Manager in Technical Services Department at Anchor Insurance Brokerage Corp (A Subsidiary of San Miguel Corporation) since November 2012.

He is now the Chairman of the Board and President of Risk and Insurance Management Association of the Philippines since October 2015.

Now that you already know these high calibre people, take the chance to learn from their words. Come, learn and apply their fresh ideas as we offer the TRENDS AND CHALLENGES IN ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT on March 29, 2017 from 9AM to 5PM at Development Academy of the Philippines, L.S Virata Middle Room, Pasig City.

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