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Black Swans and the Technology Imperative

Black Swans and the Technology Imperative
Thought Leadership Webinar:  Greater focus on systemic risk arising from potential structural changes in markets and the general economy is an increasingly important aspect of effective risk management in financial institutions.  Just running the VaR factory every day will no longer suffice.

 

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Presented By:

David M. Rowe, PhD

Date:

February 26, 2019

Time:

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EST

Session Length:

60 minutes




About This Webinar

Greater focus on systemic risk arising from potential structural changes in markets and the general economy is an increasingly important aspect of effective risk management in financial institutions.  Just running the VaR factory every day will no longer suffice.  This new challenge demands a multi-year overhaul of financial institutions' entire information infrastructure. Only adoption of 21st Century architecture will provide the needed agility and transparency to meet today's complex risk management challenges.

About Our Experts

  
 

David M. Rowe is founder and president of David M. Rowe Risk Advisory, a risk management consulting firm. From August 2013 to August 2015, Dr. Rowe served as Senior Strategist for Risk and Regulation at Misys Financial Software. Prior to that, Dr. Rowe was Executive Vice President for Risk Management at SunGard. In both positions, he provided strategic input to solutions for risk management and served as an external spokesman on risk management issues.

Prior to joining SunGard, Dr. Rowe spent more than 25 years in the banking and economic forecasting industries, most recently as senior vice president of the Risk Management Information group at Bank of America in San Francisco. In that role, Dr. Rowe had executive oversight and responsibility for the design, deployment, maintenance, and operation of market and credit risk systems for the bank’s global FX, derivative, and securities trading activities.

Dr. Rowe authored the monthly Risk Analysis column in Risk magazine from 1999 to 2015.  He also is the author of the recently published book An Insider’s Guide to Risk Management – Relearning the Lessons of the Global Financial Crisis.

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When
2/26/2019 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Thought Leadership Webinar
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