Webcast: Unlocking Exposures in the Current Environment


Following the collapse of Lehman and, more recently, an array of natural disasters impacting the economy, firms and regulators alike have realized how challenging it is to accurately estimate exposure to an entity in a timely manner. This has resulted in data management emerging as an important aspect of any risk management program. It is about identifying ways to improve data integration and ensuring firms capture sufficient data elements to unlock exposures. To prepare for future events, it is now recognized there is a need to ensure reference and market data assets are fully integrated and easily accessible.

* The current environment: An overview of recent events and a timeline
* Japan in the headlines: Assessing crisis impact
* Defining exposure to mitigate risk

* Stuart Mead, Senior Director, Standard & Poor's
* JP Tremblay, CFA, Senior Director, Standard & Poor's
* Rickie Glasgow, Associate Director, Standard & Poor's
* Tine Thoresen, Special Projects Editor, WatersTechnology (Moderator)

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