Risk USA: pension woes and quant fixes

Pension funding shortfalls, hedge fund transparency and advances in derivatives and risk modelling were the leading topics at last month’s Risk USA conference in Boston.

Peter Hancock, JP Morgan’s former chief financial officer and head of risk management, who now runs a financial boutique called Integrated Finance, said in his keynote speech that he believes risk managers should spend more time developing enterprise-wide risk systems that can help top managers make crucial strategic business

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