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How Technology and Transformative Societal Changes Are Shifting the Risk Landscape and Changing the Role of the Treasurer

Geopolitical, societal, and technological changes have crystalized into global instability. John Drzik, President of Marsh Global Risk and Specialties, discusses how these and other global risks are interacting to create an evolving, complex risk landscape. Join this informative discussion and build your understanding of how these global threats translate to risk and what opportunities they may generate for your business.


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John Drzik

President, Global Risk and Digital
Marsh
Chair, Global Risk Center
Marsh & McLennan Companies

John Drzik is the President of Marsh Global Risk and Digital. Mr. Drzik has global responsibility for the firm’s activities in consulting, captive solutions, data, analytics and digital, and for the Marsh businesses which deliver solutions to small commercial businesses, households and individuals (The Schinnerer Group, Private Client Services, Sponsored/Affinity Programs, Dovetail Insurance, Torrent Technologies). He is also the Chairman of the Global Risk Center for Marsh & McLennan Companies.

Prior to this role, Mr. Drzik was CEO of Oliver Wyman, where he had responsibility for the management consulting business of Marsh & McLennan Companies. He joined Oliver Wyman in 1984, was named Chairman in 2000, and played a key role in establishing the firm’s leadership position in financial services strategy and risk management consulting.

The author of numerous articles on strategy, risk management and insurance, Mr. Drzik is a frequent speaker at conferences and has been invited to present at industry and regulatory events sponsored by the World Economic Forum, Harvard Business School, Geneva Association, and the Financial Times.

Mr. Drzik graduated summa cum laude with a BSE in Engineering Management Systems from Princeton University. He is currently on the Advisory Boards of the International Risk Governance Council, and the Wharton Financial Institutions Center.

The Executive Institute at AFP 2017 is sponsored by PNC.