Information event showcasing our online Risk Management Level 9 offerings

Event Details

Free to members and non-members


Date and Time

Thu, 23 July 2020

13:00 - 14:00


Location

Online via Zoom

Event Details

Free to members and non-members


Date and Time

Thu, 23 July 2020

13:00 - 14:00


Location

Online via Zoom

Event details
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IoB are delighted to announce we will be holding a lunchtime Programme Information session in Risk Management in Financial Services on Thursday 23 July from 1pm to 2pm. Today, more than ever Risk Management continues to be top of the talent agenda in financial institutions, with Covid-19 adding many new challenges to be addressed. Our online Postgraduate (L9) Risk Management programmes in Financial Services are designed specifically for senior risk professionals who are working in roles in banking, funds, regulatory authorities and those providing risk management and operational risk advisory services. This event will give those interested in developing their knowledge and skill in Banking, Financial Services and International Fund Services the chance to explore our part-time, online L9 offerings in Risk which are available for the coming academic year;

The live event will feature a presentation and Q&A sessions with Ken O’Sullivan, Director of Risk Management and Financial Services Education Development

Ken O’Sullivan

Director of Risk Management and Financial Services Education Development

Ken is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland, Fellow of IOB and completed his accounting training with PwC. He graduated from University College Cork with a BComm and from University College Dublin with an MBS.

He is an Assistant Professor at UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School. Ken is the Director of Risk Management Education at IOB where he has executive responsibility for the academic programmes on the Professional Educational Framework and the Risk Management Education portfolio.

At UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, he lectures on Corporate Reporting, IFRS and Financial Management at both Postgraduate and Executive Education levels on the Diploma in Corporate Governance programme and the Master’s Degree in Accounting programme.

Ken O’Sullivan