Counterparty Risk webcast

counterpartyrisk-webcast-march2011

Following the collapse of Lehman, firms and regulators alike realized how challenging it was to accurately estimate exposure to an entity in a timely manner. The raised awareness of the challenges faced by data management teams have resulted in a growing focus on ensuring firms have access to the necessary data, and the connections between the data sets, to help mitigate counterparty risk. Vendors have continued to develop new tools and services to help clients, while regulators have put pressure on firms to implement changes. The next step now is to ensure a unique global legal entity identifier becomes a reality.

* Reviewing the data requirements for achieving a complete picture of an entity
* Building connections: Identifying the best strategies for linking data on entities, instruments and individuals
* What processes need to be in place for managing counterparty risk?

Speakers:
* Neil McGovern, Director, Product Marketing, SYBASE
* Atanas Goranov, Managing Director, Derivatives Risk Officer Investments, THE GUARDIAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA
* Justin Lawrence, CEO, GUARDIAN PRIME LLC
* Julia Sutton, Director - Global Head of Customer Accounts and On-Boarding, RBC CAPITAL MARKETS
* Tine Thoresen, Editor, INSIDE REFERENCE DATA (Moderator)

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