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Wilson will be assessing if ring fencing can deliver a safer banking sector and what the alternatives are
Keyu will be assessing the fallout from Trump’s new tariffs, the trend towards nationalism and impact of the shift away from global trade on the international macro landscape
Brad will be sharing his experience and perspective on key risk management priorities and pain points in today’s fast-paced world
Tom will be shedding light on how he went from being a hedge fund analyst to becoming one of the most prolific FBI informants in securities fraud history
Nassim will be delving into the logic of risk taking
Brian, Charles and Wiebe will be discussing how firms can proactively adapt to the evolving cyber landscape
Rory explains why listening too literally to what people say is one of the costliest mistakes in business, and how we can get to the root of their true motivations.
Hitoshi, Jack and Christoffer will be providing a global overview for harmonising macro and micro prudential stress testing.
Make the most of your time in Amsterdam with your choice of summit on Monday 3 December
International supervisors join together with heads of regulation from global banks.
This is your chance to review the full regulatory horizon and implementation best practice at the Global Risk Regulation Summit.
Embed risk. Instill conduct. Safeguard returns. This is the meeting place for buy-side risk managers.
Network with 50+ senior buy-side risk professionals, including CROs, CIOs and heads of risk, via case studies, interactive roundtables, lively debates and an industry drinks reception at the RiskMinds Invest Summit.
Delve deeper into the risk management areas that matter most to you, with your choice of workshop on Friday 7 December.
Led by John Hull, Maple Financial Professor Of Derivatives & Risk Management at Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.
Designed for participants who are new to machine learning and want to acquire skills in this area.
Led by Rita Gnutti, Head of Internal Model Market and Counterparty Risk, Intesa Sanpaolo.
An overview of the main features of the FRTB framework and the main challenges in the journey to being compliant.
Led by Ken Abbott, Former US IHC Chief Risk Officer, Barclays & Professor, Baruch College, CUNY and Thomas Groen, Head of Capital Risk, Barclays.
An interactive workshop focusing on the theory and practice of enterprise wide stress testing for banks.