September 12, 2017Time
8:00AM - 11:00AM ESTLocation
The Cornell Club
6 East 44th Street
New York, NY 10013
CPE Credits: 3
Field of Study: Business Management & Organization
Hosted by The CFO AllianceCost: Free for Executive Members
Registration for this event is closed.
Join C-Suite Executives, CFO Alliance Members and colleagues as we gather for our Q3 Breakfast Roundtable Series.
This Roundtable will be a peer discussion on:
Specific Roundtable Learning Objectives & Key Takeaways: During this Roundtable you will engage in discussions and peer group exercises to help you identify and seize these key opportunities:
About Our SME and Roundtable Facilitator:
Dante Disparte is the founder and CEO of Risk Cooperative, a strategy, risk and capital management firm focused on mid-market opportunities, market expansion and innovation on a global scale. He is the co-author of the book “Global Risk Agility and Decision Making”.
Prior to forming Risk Cooperative, Mr. Disparte served as the managing director of Clements Worldwide, a leading insurance brokerage with customers in more than 170 countries. Mr. Disparte is a specialist in strategy and risk reduction through the design and delivery of comprehensive risk solutions of worldwide scope. He is credited with designing the world’s first card-based life insurance program for the United Nations, a plan that has placed more than a half billion USD of risk with the markets in more than 150 countries. This innovation was heralded as one of the top product innovations of 2011 by the MENA Insurance Review. Mr. Disparte serves as the vice-chair of the board of the Harvard Business School Club of Washington, D.C., and on Harvard Business School’s global alumni board. He is the founder and chair of the Business Council for American Security and a board member with the American Security Project. He also serves as member of the Bretton Woods II Council with New America.
He was formerly the managing director of Land Rover’s operations in 32 Sub Saharan African markets and held numerous general management roles in Denmark, where he developed applied skills in social entrepreneurship. Mr. Disparte is credited with developing a humanitarian fleet management solution that is proven to reduce the economic, environmental and social impact of humanitarian operations. This body of work is profiled in a business case published by INSEAD’s Social Innovation Centre. He served on the board of directors of Kjaer Group A/S, one of the top 10 workplaces in Europe and the top workplace in Denmark. He is conversant in 6 languages and has published numerous articles on the subject of risk, strategy and business effectiveness. A graduate of Harvard Business School’s Program for Leadership Development, Mr. Disparte holds a degree in international and intercultural studies from Goucher College and a MSc. in risk management from NYU’s Stern School of Business
This event is part of the CFO Discussion: Risk Management Discussion. Join the discussion today and share your voice.
Presentation presented at our Roundtable Discussion in New York at The Cornell Club on September 12, 2017.
Given the ever-expanding role and visibility of the CFO, finance leaders and their teams are in a unique position to help create a transparent, consistent culture of security throughout an enterprise by emphasizing its importance to the top line, the bottom line, and to shareholder value. Trust in the technology-driven economy is mandatory. Trust between CFOs and C-Suite leaders, employees and customers is an important and fruitful place to start. This STF Report, created by CFOs, for CFOs, provides you with a comprehensive start down
this path. However, given the increasing speed of innovation and the way that technology and the world is always changing, we, as finance leaders, must be agile and able to pivot at any moment.