Pricing & Valuations: Mitigating Risk Webcast


Financial services firms are under growing pressure from regulators, investors and internal risk management teams to mitigate risk by ensuring that the prices they use are accurate. As they strive for accuracy, the firms are demanding a transparent view of the methods which their vendors use to evaluate prices. Vendors are responding by making additional data available. However, the challenges presented by Solvency II, MiFID / MiFID II, the Dodd-Frank Act and ASC 820 remain significant.

During this webinar, industry participants discuss:

• the different methodologies which firms are using to ensure the accuracy of their prices
• the steps being taken by pricing vendors to make their methods transparent
• the impact that regulations are having on the prices and valuations industry
• how industry changes are affecting the relationships between vendors and their clients.

- Daniel Johnson, Global Head of Valuation, LACROSSE GLOBAL FUND SERVICES, WELLS FARGO
- Joel Brown, Senior Pricing & Corporate Actions Manager, Investment Operations - Data Management, INVESCO
- Greg Carlin, Vice President, Securities Evaluations, S&P CAPITAL IQ
- Ian Blance, Head Evaluated Pricing Business Development, SIX FINANCIAL INFORMATION
- David Eliezer, Vice President, NUMERIX
Moderator: Nicholas Hamilton,Reporter, INSIDE REFERENCE DATA

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