Increased population growth, ageing assets and climate variability are putting pressure on infrastructure.

Ray Winn delivers proactive, resilient and agile risk management to WSP 

There is rising demand for governments and water infrastructure asset owners and managers to do more beyond governance and risk management compliance frameworks to mitigate future threats. 


Ray Winn, Principal Infrastructure Economist from WSP’s Infrastructure Advisory group will discuss ‘Balancing compliance and red tape - Role of compliance frameworks in managing strategic risks’ at the VicWater Finance and Governance conference on Thursday 3 May. Aimed at supporting finance personnel and other relevant stakeholders from the Victorian Water industry, the conference provides an opportunity to shape the debate surrounding some of the biggest concerns they face.


With over 30 years’ experience, Mr Winn will share his insights on how to challenge the status quo to enable proactive, resilient and agile risk management that ensures security of supply while at the same time reducing impacts on the environment. 


Mr Winn says, “I’m passionate about helping public and private sector organisations develop a robust and cohesive solution to the challenges faced in delivering sustainable water resources in Australia, and to ensure that our future communities thrive.


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