Askari’s Davies resigns with two major deals in the pipeline


NEW YORK--Peter Davies, founder and chief executive of Askari, has resigned after a decade at the helm of the New York-headquartered specialist buy-side risk management firm. Davies’ departure coincides with Askari’s final negotiations with two global buy-side institutions for the installation of TruView, the company’s asset management-orientated flagship risk management suite first introduced in 2000. Askari had expected to announce details of the contracts at this year’s Boston Risk

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