The Supply Chain Matters blog alerts readers to the availability of Episode 4 of our podcasting series. In this episode, Founder Bob Ferrari speaks with Victor Meyer, who has held a wide variety of roles at Deutsche Bank from Group Head of Operational and Anti-Fraud Risk to group-wide responsibility for Third Party Risk Management, Information Security and Operational Resilience.
Mr. Meyer was also a former Vice-Chairman of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Forums for Pandemic and Catastrophic Risk.
A former U.S. Navy SEAL with nearly two decades of risk management services industry experience, Victor was recently named Chief Operating Officer for location-based third-party intelligence technology provider Supply Wisdom, which equips global enterprises with continuous risk intelligence, assessments and scorecards.
Topics discussed in this big-picture focused Episode include:
The history and significance of the COVID-19 global pandemic and how lurking financial constraints are likely to impact various industry global supply chains.
Is the COVID-19 disruption more significant and far-reaching than the 2008-2009 global recession in terms of the global financial system’s ability to manage overall economic shocks?
The broken and concerning supplier risk approaches that many businesses and supply chain management teams are relying on.
How can supply chain leaders broaden their perspectives to anticipate the next threat that will likely be presented and what technology, process and people strategies will companies need to continuously monitor.
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