Risk and 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. Risk management is also moving from an ex-post to an ex-ante basis, which places new pressure on firms to manage large numbers of computations in ever decreasing timeframes.

- 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?

Alan Eddie, Managing Director IT, Global Head of Regulatory and Operational Risk, RBS GLOBAL BANKING AND MARKETS
Kenan Maciel, Director, LAB49
Neil McGovern, Senior Director of Marketing, Financial Services Industry, SYBASE
Jay Runkel, Principal Technologist, MARKLOGIC CORPORATION
Moderator: Victor Anderson, Editor-in Chief, WATERS & WATERSTECHNOLOGY.COM

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