Change of leadership at ORX

Dr Luke Carrivick (pictured) has been appointed executive director at operational risk association, ORX.

Lisa Broomer, ORX chair and managing director at JP Morgan Chase said: “We congratulate Luke on his new role as executive director and are excited to have him lead ORX on the next stage of its journey.”

Dr Carrivick has been a member of ORX’s executive team since 2016, leading the research and information department prior to this new role as deputy executive director. “I am looking forward to leading the organisation into its next phase, mobilising our platform to drive digital transformation across the industry,” he said.

“In 2023, we will be expanding our community for sharing new thinking, data, and best practice – particularly around material risks such as cyber. We will also be adding to our suite of industry standards, publishing a Reference Indicator Library to accompany the very successful Control Library launched in 2022. And most significantly, we are taking both our community and standards to the next level, leveraging them to offer innovative risk technology solutions, such as a new risk control benchmarking application, on our innovation data platform.”

The appointment follows news that Simon Wills is stepping down after 18 years’ service in the role. He will remain in an advisory role at ORX as of January 2023.

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