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The tech revolution: equipping institutions for risk and regulatory challenges

The panel

  • Mayank Nanda, Senior vice-president and head of risk analytics and product management, Numerix
  • Hany Farag, Senior director and head of risk methodology and analytics, CIBC
  • Ange Johnson de Wet, Head of engineering – commercial and institutional banking, NatWest
  • Florent Kpodjedo, Director, global funding and treasury – regulatory and optimisation, National Bank of Canada
  • Moderator: Phil Harding, Commercial editor, Risk.net

In today's volatile landscape, risk management is paramount. The demand for meticulous and frequent risk assessment is undeniable. Coupled with the ever-evolving regulatory landscape, with a push towards risk-sensitive calculations for market and counterparty risk capital, it has become clear that businesses require highly scalable, near-real-time analytics with the ability to drill down and attribute risk to different units within the organisation. Grasping the true cost of putting on a trade is now pivotal.

This Risk.net webinar unveils the impact of cloud technology and data analytics, empowering institutions to enhance their calculations and cut operational costs. Redirecting focus to critical business decision-making and profitability follows suit. 

The webinar is essential viewing for bank and buy-side risk managers wanting to better understand the opportunities for finding efficiencies while complying with shifting regulatory expectations.

The discussion points include:

  • Key challenges posed by the dynamic regulatory landscape and its impact on risk management strategies
  • How cloud technology and data analytics are reshaping risk management and regulatory compliance in today's complex business landscape
  • Real-world examples of institutions that have successfully integrated cloud technology and data analytics into their risk management processes.


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