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The evolution of buy-side risk: managing the emerging importance of liquidity and climate risk

The panel

  • Luke Armstrong, Executive director, head of buy-side risk, S&P Global Market Intelligence
  • Titos Matsakos, Financial risk analytics director, S&P Global
  • Sudipto De, Head of investment risk, Principal Asset Management
  • Yury Dubrovsky, Chief risk officer, Lazard
  • Ying Murdoch, Head of fixed income risk, Columbia Threadneedle Investments
  • Moderator: Zoi Fletcher, Associate commercial editor, Risk.net

From whipsawing markets to asset blowouts and wildfires, the scope and complexity of emerging risks affecting buy-side investment portfolios is growing.

Risk managers have a tried and tested toolkit for market risk, but recent events and developments have highlighted the need for increasing rigour around liquidity risk and climate risk. This webinar explores the evolving scope of buy-side risk management and discusses how risk teams embed these emerging risk factors into their investment risk processes.

In particular, the expert panel considers:

  • The liquidity risk lessons that can be learned from recent events, such as the UK liability-driven investment crisis and US bank defaults
  • Increased scrutiny from stakeholders and regulators due to the emerging importance of climate risk and liquidity risk
  • In the absence of established best practices, the methodologies firms should consider when accounting for climate risk factors in their portfolios
  • How buy-side firms are evolving their data sources and analytics capabilities in these areas
  • The extent to which buy-side risk managers provide effective challenges to portfolio and investment managers

The webinar is essential viewing for buy-side risk managers wanting to gain a competitive edge in managing and mitigating liquidity and climate risk.

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