Managing Enterprise Risk in a Connected Firm
Living in a complex, fast-paced, and rapidly shifting world has elevated firms’ pressures and tested their business resilience. Although enterprise risk management approaches can mitigate these pressures, practical challenges to execution remain. In this webinar, we’ll explore the opportunity at hand to nurture sustainable, resilient, and profitable business through a connected firm strategy. Join us to hear perspectives from a panel of risk management experts: Darryl Cross, Director of Global Sales Enablement at Intapp; Kian Poon, Director at Intapp Strategic Consulting; and Anthony Davis, Of Counsel at Clyde & Co US.
Darryl CrossHead, Global Sales Enablement
Head, Global Sales Enablement
Anthony E. DavisOf Counsel
Clyde & Co
Anthony E. Davis
Clyde & Co
Anthony E. Davis, Of Counsel for Clyde & Co U.S. LLP’s New York office, is best described as a lawyer’s lawyer. He advises lawyers and law firms in the U.S. and internationally in the areas of professional responsibility, risk management, and every aspect of the law governing lawyers. He is the co-author of RISK MANAGEMENT: Survival Tools For Law Firms (ABA Law Practice Management Section, 3rd edition, with Katie M. Lachter, 2015), the author of numerous scholarly articles, and the author of the bi-monthly Professional Responsibility Column in the New York Law Journal.
Davis is a lecturer in law at Columbia University School of Law, teaching “Professional Responsibility Issues in Business Practice.” He is the former president of the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers (APRL), a fellow of the College of Law Practice Management, and a member of the American Law Institute (ALI). Davis received his law degree from Cambridge University, and an Master of Laws from New York University School of Law. He is admitted in New York, Colorado, and as an English barrister and a solicitor (both non-practicing).
Kian PoonDirector, Strategic Consulting
Director, Strategic Consulting
Kian Poon has deep experience in operations transformation, leading a number of transformation programs focused on delivering enhanced client-centric services.
Poon works closely with chief officers and their teams to transform their business operating models to meet changing client and market demands. In particular, he has worked with some of the world’s largest professional services firms to develop their approaches to clients and market development, front office services modernization, and business-enabling support services.