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Webinar: Navigating the New World (OBoT)
June 9 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Navigating the New World
In the face of this pandemic, organizations are facing multiple and varied challenges.
As the situation improves, it will be critical to identify and evaluate emerging opportunities. At this stage, leaders should look to implement new measures that can help equip the business to more effectively manage disruption of all kinds.
In this session, professionals from KPMG’s office in Ottawa, will review key considerations on how to be resilient in the new reality, with regards to:
– Cyber Security: focusing on security, understanding your immediate risks and reducing your potential exposure
– Business Interruption Insurance: assessing the loss to the business and analyzing economic factors
– Valuation in a volatile environment: understanding the impact to your company and potential consequence when considering merger & acquisitions
Paul Sammut, Senior Manager, Cyber Security
Paul Sammut is a leader of KPMG’s Regions East Cyber Security team. He has over 20 years of experience in IT & Information Security providing Consultancy & Assurance in Europe, the US and Canada. He has worked with clients across various sectors including Tech, Retail, Financial Services, Manufacturing and the Public Sector.
Patrick Coady, Partner, Deal Advisory Services
Patrick is a Partner in KPMG’s Deal Advisory Services practice in Canada and a Managing Director of KPMG Corporate Finance Inc. He has over 28 years of experience dealing with a full range of complex commercial transaction and valuation issues in the context of mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, financing transactions, re-organization, joint ventures and disputes.
Kas Rehman, Partner, Forensic Services
With over 25 years of professional experience, Kas has been involved in a number of high profile investigations on behalf of public and private sector clients. He has prepared reports on various insurance related matters including business interruption, property loss, fidelity bond, personal injury and professional negligence.