SAI Global has announced today a strategic knowledge partnership with the Risk Management Institution of Australasia (RMIA).
"The development of strong relationships with risk professionals, through organisations like RMIA is important to our ongoing growth and success. Partnerships like this allow us to engage with risk professionals one on one and learn more about the challenges they face, which in turn assists us in delivering solutions that align with those customer needs."
Chief Executive Officer, SAI Global
This Knowledge Partnership is an important next step in SAI Global's relationship with RMIA which has included sponsoring their major Awards in past years.
"We are focused on developing and delivering to our membership relevant, topical and learning resources to ensure the ongoing development of the risk community. This is a great addition to the already growing number of activities and materials for our members and we welcome SAI Global as a valued strategic partner to the RMIA."
In addition to this partnership, SAI Global is pleased to announce that Nicole Grantham, Chief Risk Officer, SAI Global will provide a keynote presentation at the upcoming RMIA National Conference to be held in Melbourne in November.
The Risk Management Institution of Australasia (RMIA) is the professional institution and industry association for Risk Managers in the Asia Pacific region.
RMIA facilitates linkages between Members and offers continuing professional development opportunities via their annual National Conference, Risk Odyssey Conferences, Best Practice Guides, Special Interest Groups, Chapter networking events and Education programs.
Their purpose is to promote recognition and reward for their Members and deliver:
- Cutting edge education and professional development
- Recognised certification of professional standards, competency and ethics
- The opportunity to network with the Australasian and global risk management communities
- Value added services which benefit Members' careers, businesses and personal development