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The changing shape of buy-side risk technology

The panel

  • Boryana Racheva-Iotova, Senior Vice-President and Global Head of Quantitative Analytics and Risk, FactSet
  • Racim Allouani, Head of Portfolio Construction and Risk Management, KKR
  • Lisa Wang, Director of Investment Risk Management, AllianceBernstein
  • John Anderson, Contributing Editor, Risk.net

Intense competition, market volatility, sophisticated clients and a demanding regulatory environment continue to raise the stakes in investment risk management.

As asset managers and owners grapple with squeezed budgets and elusive sources of return, the unprecedented disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has served as a painful reminder that future gains and innovation will rely on sound risk management principles across the full set of portfolio and compliance risks. Risk leaders must enable and support new investment platforms, data and analytics capabilities, operations and strategies, while ensuring their enterprises remain sound, secure and compliant.

This webinar shares insights into the emerging strategies shaping firms’ investment, compliance and technology risk decisions, and how Covid-19 is causing a rethink in priorities.

Key topics discussed:

  • How Covid-19 is reshaping buy-side firms’ risk management strategies and solutions
  • The characteristics of investment and compliance risk management frameworks
  • How firms are embracing new tech such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotic process automation and blockchain to enhance risk management
  • The tools and systems used for analysis changing.
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