An exclusive online discussion for senior executives responsible for legal operations & procurement in the United Kingdom.
Due Diligence: From Outsourcing to In-house
Businesses in Europe are having to increasingly rely on outsourcing to respond to new market demands. This, however, does not mean the end for in-house solutions.
Organisations can now improve cost management by delegating minor exercises to automation, allowing workers more time to focus on tasks that require creativity and brainwork while bringing management tasks such as due diligence back in-house.
It seems that balancing outsourced and in-house solutions has become the preferred strategy of businesses worldwide.
- What drastic changes have businesses experienced over the past year?
- How urgent will the need for cost reduction and improved efficiency be in next six months?
- How can a combined strategy of outsourced and in-house solutions be an answer to current business requirements?
Head of Derivatives Advisory at NatWest Markets
Head of Services Procurement at London Stock Exchange Group
Director at WorkFutures
Director and Lead Counsel at Deutsche Telekom
Director of Legal & Corporate Affairs at Molson Coors
Director of Programme & Legal Transformation at Barclay’s
VP of Legal Affairs at Inmarsat
VP and General Counsel at Capgemini
Sr. Lead Corporate Counsel at Reckitt Benckiser
Sr. Legal Counsel at Dixons Carphone
Sr. Legal Counsel at Molson Coors
Sr. Legal Counsel at Investec
Sr. IP Counsel at BT
General Counsel & Company Secretary at PZ Cussons
Group General Counsel at EG Group
Deputy General Counsel at Royal London
2:50 pm: Guests to check-in online
3:00 pm: Welcome by The Ortus Club
3:10 pm: Introduction of participants
3:20 pm Short address from Kira Systems
3:30 pm: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
4:15 pm: End of session