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The Challenge provides undergraduate and graduate students from multiple disciplines the opportunity to solve realistic business problems with a risk management focus...and win a USD10K prize. The challenge develops and strengthens professional and social relationships. Held in Chicago, Edmonton, Hungary, Ireland, Egypt, London, Montreal, Netherlands, New York, Paris, Poland, Russia, Toronto, &... Details
When: February 22–24, 2018
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PRMIA Hungary Presents: A PSD2 jelene és jövoje dióhéjban

When: March 8, 2018
Where: Budapest, Hungary


Regional Directors

  • Tamas Toth, Freelance Advisor

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)
  • Barbara Dömötör, Adjunct Professor, Finance Department, Corvinus University of Budapest
  • 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

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Market Risk Insurance Research Just Shared to the PRMIA Risk Library

Posted on 2/20/2018
National Bureau of Economic Research working paper on variable annuity contracts with minimum return guarantees

PRMIA Offers Advanced Operational Risk Course

Posted on 2/14/2018
Designed and delivered by Ariane Chapelle, a world leading expert in the field of operational risk, this series is a must-have for all operational risk practitioners wishing to benchmark their practice.

PRMIA Recognizes New Sustaining Members

Posted on 2/13/2018
PRMIA would like to thank and acknowledge those people who became Sustaining Members during January 2018.