Trends Shaping Portfolio and Investment Risk Management
Forward-looking investment management firms are searching for ways to outperform their peers. The firms that we see succeeding are executing, based on a combination of focused business models, agile operational competency, and strong cost discipline, especially around core investment and risk functions.

Webinar featuring Celent

Agenda

  • The investment trends driving change in portfolio & investment risk management
  • The impact of technology evolution – near term vs longer term
  • Key considerations when enhancing risk management capabilities
  • Important takeaways for investment management firms

Speakers

  • Avadhut Naik, Head of Solutions, Quantifi
  • Cubillas Ding, Research Director, Celent

Date & Time

6th March, 2019

3pm GMT / 4pm CET / 10am EST

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