Three experts explore how risk managers at organisations of any size can create a positive risk culture that leads to better decision-making

Modern risk management is about more than simply cataloguing risks and producing heatmaps.

Instead, risk managers need to ensure that risk is embedded in every decision, organisation-wide from the boardroom to the shop floor.

Achieving this means building a risk culture that empowers employees to make risk-informed decisions, but where to start?

This webinar explores key strategies that risk managers can adopt to ensure that risk management is everyone’s responsibility, not just the risk team’s.

Watch the recording to hear our panellists share advice, strategies and quick wins pulled from their own experiences of shaping positive risk culture.


  • Alex Sidorenko, Group Head of Risk, Insurance and Internal Audit · Serra Verde

Alex is an experienced executive across strategic, investment and operational risks and insurance working within multibillion-dollar corporations in Australia, GCC and Europe.

Currently working as a Group Head of Risk, Insurance and Internal audit at Serra Verde. Successfully integrating quantitative risk analysis into decision-making, planning and performance management.

Saved more than $13 million per year in premiums on cargo and PD/BI insurance through industry-leading quantitative risk analysis without changing deductibles or limits.

FERMA Risk Manager of the year 2021. Best international ERM case 2021, RIMS. 

  • Tom Hughes, Head of Risk & Financial Crime · Simplyhealth

Tom Hughes is a risk and regulatory framework specialist with experience transforming and embedding positive risk cultures across multiple financial services organisations. 

  • Claire Hopper, Sales Engineer · Riskonnect

Claire Hopper is a dynamic and seasoned Sales Engineer specialising in Governance, Risk, and Compliance software solutions at Riskonnect, and GRC professional, accredited by OCEG and GRC Certify.

With an impressive track record spanning multiple industries, Claire brings a wealth of expertise in delivering cutting-edge GRC strategies through Riskonnect’s innovative software.

Drawing from her extensive experience, Claire has successfully collaborated with hundreds of clients, guiding them towards a best-practice approach to GRC implementation.

Claire’s unique background has afforded her a comprehensive perspective on GRC implementation. Having assisted clients at every stage of their system adoption journey, she has developed a keen insight into the challenges organisations face and the strategies that drive success.

A StrategicRISK Webinar in association with Riskonnect