CompatibL is going to Risk LIVE 2019
The CompatibL team is excited to participate at Risk Live 2019 in London, the pioneering
festival for leaders in risk management and risk transfer. Key themes of the event:
Alpha, beta and data
Our application engineering team has track record of over 100 delivered enterprise custom
software development projects for the world’s largest banks and asset managers. Applications built
by CompatibL engineers and quants perform a mission critical role in the core business for 4 of the 5
largest dealers, 33 central banks and some of the world’s largest financial institutions.
New ways of working
Non-banks, exchanges and trading platforms already have a big say in equities and foreign exchange markets; now, banks are shaking up their approach to credit and rates. If flow business can be left to algorithms, then it frees up traders and salespeople to make more of the industry’s key strengths – a bigger capital and client base.
The RFR revolution
Regulators in the UK and US are pressing market participants to abandon the Libor family of benchmarks, and switch to new RFRs. In Europe, the plan is to rehabilitate the old rates. It’s not yet clear whether either ambition is viable. The only thing that can be said confidently is that the project will inject a huge amount of risk into some of the world’s biggest financial markets.
On the face of it, CROs are getting an easy ride. Market, credit and op risk losses have all been subdued in recent years. But these exposures could leap as QE ends, the credit cycle turns, and cyber and data risks become more prevalent. On top of this a new suite of dangers is emerging – from climate change to income inequality and the erosion of trade and political orthodoxy. Tomorrow’s CRO will tackle this mix of exposures using new tools, and with a different blend of staff.
For more details please visit: https://www.risklive.net/
Reach out to us on firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a meeting. We look forward to seeing you at the biggest event of the year.