Tina is an accomplished risk-management leader with extensive industry and Big4 experience in steering vision and direction for corporate risk, governance and internal audit that aligns with business strategies and the requirements of the Board and other key stakeholders. Tina is a Fellow of the Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA UK) and is also a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE USA). She has provided advisory services to board executives of various firms across several industries. When time permits, she writes and speaks on various GRC topics to touch upon the emerging risks in various industries and evolving responses to confront, mitigate and adapt to them.
Tina has worked as Head of Corporate Risk at Canon and within Group Compliance & Business Integrity at WPP. Prior to this, Tina worked for over 10 years at Deloitte within audit, risk advisory, forensic accounting, and dispute services.
Tina studied at University of Wollongong, where she earned her Bachelors in Commerce degree with distinction, specializing in Finance, and was awarded the Dean’s Merit list award. She is also an MBA from INSEAD Business School, where she was awarded the Woman’s Scholarship award and was also appointed as the Student Academic Representative and a Force for Good ambassador.
Many arguments that surround the regulation of AI discuss how this will stifle technology and innovation. What is the regulations centred more around the usage of AI than of the technological advancement? This panel will explore this question and discuss whether there is a possible balance or that it will be the technology that needs to be regulated more?
Host: Noel Isama J.D., Senior Consultant, MBL Technologies
Tina Verma, Head of Corporate Risk, Audit & Governance, Canon
Rubén Cano Pérez, Intellectual Property - Information Technology & Communications Associate, Baker McKenzie