Welcome to a webinar focusing on how to get the full perspective on your reputational and financial risk across a global supply chain. Join us on September 27th at 10 CEST and share insights together with Hilde Kjensjord at Aker Solutions.
Aker Solutions has 14,000 employees in about 20 countries around the world. Aker Solutions provide subsea production equipment and offshore field design, ranging from concept studies and front-end engineering to subsea production systems. They carry out maintenance and modifications work and provide services during operations as well as deliver solutions to extend the lifetime of oil and gas fields.
Date: September 27th 2017
Time: 10:00-10:45 AM CEST
Place: Your computer/tablet/phone
Cost: Free of charge but requires registration
Organizer: EBG | Network & Bureau van Dijk, A Moody’s Analytics Company
It is important to protect your business reputation and financial stability in a world of increasingly integrated global supply chains.
Risk assessment processes are often scattered across legal entities, many are lacking standardized ways of structuring data, it takes a lot of time understanding the collected data – tier 1 suppliers may be assessed but tier 2 and 3 suppliers are often overlooked.
Many corporations are seeing an increasing demand of enhancing and conducting rigorous supplier due diligence. Doing so involves getting to know your suppliers as well as unifying the reputational and financial risk approach in order to optimize your supply chain risk processes.
Ultimately, better decisions are made based on calculated risk. Unifying reputational and financial risk call for a new approach in managing and monitoring the supply chain. Successful and efficient supply chain risk management needs a centralized process with structured data. Combining internal knowledge with external information will help your organization create a better overview and knowledge of the potential risks associated with your suppliers.
But how do you do it?
Join an interactive webinar and learn how Aker Solutions has developed its approach to knowing its suppliers and are unifying reputational and financial risk for better and quicker risk assessment.
During the session Aker Solutions and Bureau van Dijk will discuss:
- Key issues facing procurement today in supplier risk management – what are common gaps when assessing financial and reputational risk?
- How do you combine reputational risk with financial risk when performing a risk assessment on your supply chain?
All who register will receive the slides and recording afterwards. Your registration and
webinar responses will only be shared with the co-organizer.
We hope to ”see” you online!
EBG | Network & BVD, A Moody’s Analytics Company
About Aker Solutions
From the company website:
“We got our start as a small mechanical workshop on Oslo’s Aker River. Now we are a global provider of engineering, design, production systems and services to the oil and gas industry. Our expertise brings discoveries into production and maximizes recovery with a focus on sustainability and limiting the environmental impact.
Aker Solutions has 14,000 employees in about 20 countries around the world that embrace innovation and collaboration in a drive to create a sustainable future. We put safety and operational excellence first. We strive for honesty and integrity in all that we do.
We provide subsea production equipment and offshore field design, ranging from concept studies and front-end engineering to subsea production systems. We carry out maintenance and modifications work and provide services during operations as well as deliver solutions to extend the lifetime of oil and gas fields.
Aker Solutions helps unlock resources in the deepest waters and harshest climates imaginable around the world as we also work with producers to minimize the environmental impact. Wherever we are in world, we make sure to instill our high standards of safety and integrity in staff and suppliers.
Aker Solutions ASA is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange as the parent company for a number of separate legal entities, most operating under the Aker Solutions name. The company generated 25.6 billion kroner in revenue in 2016.”