Too Big to Manage: The Past, Present, and Anticipated Future of Large Bank Risk Management
Three Partners from Oliver Wyman, a leading global management consultant firm, share war stories from the 2007-08 financial crisis, discuss new approaches to large bank risk management that emerged from the crisis, and share their thoughts on how bank management and regulators are likely to respond to a new administration and evolving regulatory landscape.
Tuesday, April 13th, 4:45 pm
101 Julis Romo Rabinowitz (20 Washington Road)
Open to the public
Douglas Elliot focuses on public policy and its implications for financial services. He was previously a Fellow in Economics Studies at The Brookings Institution and was an investment banker before that for nearly two decades. The New York Times described his analysis as "refreshingly understandable" and "without a hint of dogma or advocacy."
Ugur Koyluoglu leads the firm's Finance & Risk and Public Policy in the Americas. He advises large global financial institutions on topics related to risk and financial resource management and has contributed significantly to the industry debates on these topics. Ugur holds a PhD in Engineering from Princeton University where he taught applied mathematics and engineering.
Jai Sooklal focuses on finance, treasury and risk topics. He was previously a Senior Vice President and Head of the Funding, Liquidity and Interest Rate Risk Supervision Department at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and a Managing Director and Assistant Treasurer at Morgan Stanley.
This event is co-sponsored by the Bendheim Center for Finance.