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Deloitte - Risk Advisory Workshop

Room 223A, City Campus East


This Risk Advisory Workshop will provide an insight into the wide range of challenges that businesses must tackle, including: reputational, financial, environmental and technological risks.

The positive and negative consequences of controls that can be introduced to mitigate exposure will be considered. The session will include a business game scenario that will require students to make the difficult business decisions between short-term profits or long-term security from potential risks. The session will provide an insight in to Risk Advisory specifically and working at Deloitte, more generally.

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Room 223A, City Campus East


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