Please note that this webinar will be held on GoToWebinar.
The challenges for housing associations of ensuring resident safety, maintaining assets and delivering new supply requires housing associations to make increasingly better strategic choices. These choices need to be better informed by accurate data, deep analysis and a mature understanding of proactive risk management. When we add in future proactive regulation of the consumer standards and the risks of breach, housing associations will increasingly need to decide what they are no longer going to do. Making these key choices well is of paramount importance.
This webinar will inform delegates how best to develop their resilience statements, scenario planning and how to identify their appetite for downside risks. We will hear from the Regulator of Social Housing (RSH) on how it assesses the approaches of housing associations to these key decisions and we will outline the key risks and how organisations can verify the key policies and procedures reflect why they do in reality.
Using a more informal discussion approach between speakers, delegates will be better informed on what high-quality resilience statements and analysis look like, how to support and evidence informed strategic decisions and where key risks should be managed.
Who should attend
This webinar is suitable for chief executives, finance directors and company secretaries of housing associations, risk and regulation professionals, chairs of boards and chairs of audit committees.
Andy Roskell, managing director, David Tolson Partnership
Maxine Loftus, director of regulatory operations, Regulator of Social Housing
Victoria Jardine, partner, Anthony Collins Solicitors
Chaired by: Peter Hubbard, senior partner, Anthony Collins Solicitors
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