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Regional Directors

  • Tamás Tóth, Senior Adviser, Freelance
  • Barbara Dömötör, Assistant Professor, Finance Department, Corvinus University of Budapest

Steering Committee

  • Ákos Lois, Head of Risk Department, MKB Bank
  • Alexandra Szatmari, Risk Manager, QUANTIS Alpha Befektetesi Zrt.
  • Balázs Vajai, Risk Manager, OBA (National Deposit Insurance Fund)
  • Bela Ocsi, Deputy CEO, International Training Center for Bankers
  • Gergely Gabler, Director of Special Competences Directorate, MNB
  • Kinga Oravecz, Head of Treasury Business Support, Erste Bank Hungray Zrt.
  • Peter Gabriel, MNB
  • Viktor Bóna, CEO, Lippert Ltd.
  • Zsuzsanna Tamásné Vőneki, Head of Operational Risk Department, OTP Bank
  • Dr. Tamás Kálmán, Head of Digital Platform Project of MFB Zrt., Hungarian Development Bank
  • Mr. Gábor Boros, CEO, Mérlegállás Kft.

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Intelligent Risk Highlight - April Edition - De-biasing Financial Models

Posted on 6/30/2020
A body of literature and social media has emerged in recent years, calling attention to the possibility that some models used by financial institutions to analyze risks and make important decisions may contain unintended biases.

Intelligent Risk Highlight - April Edition - Climate Risk Its Implications for Financial Institution

Posted on 6/25/2020
The defining issue and top global emerging risk of 2020 is climate risk, which has been gaining a sense of urgency with major implications for financial institutions.

Intelligent Risk Highlight - April Edition - Cyberwarfare: an Emerging Global Risk Impacting Our

Posted on 6/23/2020
In the context of global risks faced by countries, the risk of materialization of large-scale cyberwarfare has become increasingly prominent in recent years. Broadly speaking, cyberwarfare refers to deliberate cyber-attacks like spreading of computer


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