"We are a One Risk community, and we have to do this together."
In today's ever-changing risk landscape, we must lead through change. That was the focus of Freddie Mac's Risk Town Hall, "Managing Risk: Better Together." For the risk management community, the event was an invaluable opportunity for cross-divisional participation and collaboration. It welcomed risk practitioners from every part of the company who joined together to hear from Freddie Mac and industry risk leaders.
The event featured a panel discussion, "Navigating Change for the Future," with external risk leaders from across the financial services industry. Panelists shared their insights into how risk management practices have evolved post-financial crisis against a backdrop of heightened regulatory standards. They also discussed the future of risk management and the importance of building a community of risk practitioners who are well-coordinated to effectively execute on risk priorities.
Risk Town Hall Highlights:
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