Steve LindoCourse Designer & Instructor, Financial Risk Management at Columbia University
Steve Lindo is a financial risk manager with over 30 years’ experience managing risks in ALM, funding, banking and trading portfolios. His current role is Lecturer and Course Designer at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies, teaching Financial Risk Management to graduate students in Columbia’s MS in Enterprise Risk Management program. He is Principal of SRL Advisory Services, an independent consulting firm specializing in risk governance, education and strategy, financial technology innovation, risk data management, regulatory expertise, information risk management and financial litigation support. Since 2019 he is also Co-Principal of Intelligent Risk Management LLC, an executive education partnership that shows organizations how to test their high-stakes decisions using methods pioneered by the CIA. His previous positions include Director of Treasury Management and Mortgage Risk at Fifth Third Bancorp and Vice President of Risk Capital Management at GMAC Financial Services LLC (now Ally Financial).
In 2010, Mr. Lindo completed a two‐year engagement as Executive Director of PRMIA – The Professional Risk Managers’ International Association, a non‐profit member organization with over 75,000 members in 198 countries. Before that, Mr. Lindo held a number of risk management roles in Cargill’s proprietary financial trading group, which was subsequently de-consolidated into two separate hedge funds, Black River Investments and Carval Investors, and spent his early career as an international banking and credit officer with Lloyds Bank and First National Bank of Chicago (now part of JPMorgan Chase) in the UK, Spain and Brazil. Mr. Lindo is a regular presenter at conferences, webinar host and author of risk management articles and case studies. He has a BA and MA from Oxford University and speaks fluent French, German, Spanish and Portuguese.