Risk & Compliance webcast


Risk management and compliance have emerged as two of the most important business processes in the wake of the recent market downturn, as institutions look to get a better understanding of the risks associated with investment decisions, while regulators and investors have come to expect far greater transparency into investment operations in ever decreasing timescales.

* What technologies are available to firms trying to get as close to a real-time view of their risk exposure as possible?
* What are the challenges facing financial institutions is developing a cross-asset, firm-wide view of their risk exposure?
* To what extent are compliance functions within financial services firms being driven by external factors (regulators and investors) as opposed to internal ones?
* Liquidity risk has the potential to ‘kill' a firm faster than any other risk challenge. How are financial institutions and third party vendors addressing this issue?

* Atanas Goranov, Managing Director, Derivatives Risk Officer, Guardian Life
* Elliot Noma, Managing Director, Garrett Asset Management LLC
* Chris Ellis, Senior Vice President, Director of Analytical Products, FactSet
* Stuart Grant, Financial Services Business Development, Sybase
* Victor Anderson, Editor-in-Chief, Waters (Moderator)



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