Allan Lee is the Director of Consulting Services at Friday Concepts (International) as well as being a BCM faculty member at the Institute of Enterprise Risk Practitioners. An electronics and electrical engineer by qualification, Allan began his career with Motorola in Illinois with their R&D team before moving into supply chain. He then moved to Dell in Texas as their supply chain director. Allan spent more than 19 years working with Fortune 500 multinational organizations before returning to Asia. His business and consulting experience encompasses Business Continuity Management, Lean Six Sigma, Project Management and Risk Management. In 2010, he was also invited as a key content contributor in the National Key Economic Area (NKEA) Transformation Program developing the New Economic Model (2010) sponsored by the Prime Minister’s Department.
Ramesh Pillai is the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the International Institute of Enterprise Risk Practitioners (IERP) as well as being the Group Managing Director of Friday Concepts, an International ERM (Conventional and Islamic), BCM, Governance, Risk Management and Compliance boutique consultancy. He is currently a Director of three leading Financial Institution and a former Director of one Developmental Financial Institution. His Board experience encompasses chairing the Board Risk Management Committee and Board Audit Committee, and being a member of the Board Collaboration Committee, Investment Committee, and Remuneration Committee. He is also a nominee Director for a Regional Central Bank. Additionally, Ramesh is the former Risk Management Adviser to the Public Trustee and one of the largest fund managers in the Region as well as to one of the largest Islamic fund managers in the Region. Ramesh holds a Bachelor of Economics with Accountancy (Honours) degree from Loughborough University in the UK. As part of his degree course, Ramesh specialised in Economics and Banking in general and Islamic Banking in particular.
Program is well-structured and helps me to understand how ERM can be practically and effectively be implemented to achieve the organisation’s objectives.- Senior Manager, Corporate Risk Department (Regulator, Exchange Holding Company