Long-Term Consequences of the Coronavirus Crisis

Long-Term Consequences of the Coronavirus Crisis
Join PRMIA for a conversation where we consider the longer-term impacts of government and central bank policies and their societal and technological consequences on the industry and profession.

June 8, 2020

10:00 a.m. ET
3:00 p.m. BST
4:00 p.m. CET
Duration 60 minutes


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The Corona crisis has already significantly impacted society, with widespread lockdowns in place to manage contagion risk and emergency measures in place to mitigate the associated economic damage.

Risk professionals in the finance sector are dealing with the immediate consequences of these, relating for example to market volatility and credit provisioning, while working remotely. 

But what are the longer-term consequences of the crisis, and what do they mean for risk professionals?
Send us your questions during the event and we will pose them to our speakers in the second half of the event. For higher likelihood that your question gets air-time, send them in advance to alexvoicu@prmia.org

Not able to participate in the live event? The event will be recorded and a copy made available to registrants, along with Sustaining, Corporate, RIM, and Contributing Members. This meeting will follow Chatham House Rule.


  Time   Event  
  4:00 p.m. - 4:40 p.m.
  Presentation by Oscar McCarthy, ViceChair, PRMIA Institute
  4:40 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
  Q&A Session with the audience



Dr. Oscar McCarthy, PRM, is a Director of the PRMIA Institute, PRMIA's scholastic arm for the development of professional risk management standards of practice. He has 20 years' experience of Commercial and Investment Banking throughout Western Europe, covering all major risk types and asset classes. Previous industry positions include Partner & Head of Research at Avantage Reply, a risk consulting firm, and Head of Policy at ABN Amro. He started his career at Lloyds.

Oscar holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics and has been a PRM holder since 2004. He also leads the PRMIA chapter in the Netherlands.




Alex Voicu, PRMIA



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Contributing Members - Free
Nonmembers - US $20

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6/8/2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

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