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September Kick-Off


Come meet the new 2019-20 WA RIMS board and enjoy driving range golf games (no experience necessary), views of the Seattle skyline all while networking with industry peers. Bring a new guest and get the discounted rate of $25/person.

Date: September 17, 2019 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Location: Jefferson Park Golf Course; 4101 Beacon Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108

Standard Ticket: $35/person
Rising Risk Professional & Discounted w/ Guest Ticket: $25/person

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Pacific Northwest Enterprise Risk Forum

Align for Success: Risk and Cross-Organizational Innovation

Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Grand Hyatt in Seattle, WA

The Pacific Northwest Enterprise Risk Forum (ERF) is a one-day summit tailored to the needs of audit, finance, and risk professionals. This year’s event will have a strong focus on governance, risk, compliance and ethics with the overall goal of elevating the conversation and practice of Governance, Risk, Compliance and Ethics (GRCE) principles within our organizations and communities.

RIMS Washington has been a part of the planning and execution of the Enterprise Risk Forum for more than a decade. It brings together professionals and leaders across the disciplines of risk management, finance, and auditing in shared learning and networking among peers.

Cost to register is $275 until September 15, then $350.


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