Valuation and Risk Technology: Build, Buy – or Both? | Rob Garfield, Head of Product Marketing
Should you build new risk systems in-house from the ground up, or turn to vendors with off-the-shelf products that meet their needs. What if you could control technology development and quality avoiding the time it takes to build from scratch?
Managing Risk in China’s Volatile Markets | George Li, Asia Channel Manager
There’s no denying that China’s capital markets are undergoing rapid change. To properly cope and ultimately remain profitable, firms need to evaluate the type of infrastructure they are using to mitigate risk.
Increased Regulatory Complexity in the Middle East | Christian Kahl, PhD, Global Quantitative Lead
Strict capital and transparency requirements are making hedging and risk management more complicated than ever before in the Middle East.
Redefining Career Options for Women in Tech | Lori Aizer Bryenton, VP of Marketing
The world is quite different now. After all – it’s 2015.
The Joy of Generalism | Simon Thornington, CFA, Quantitative Developer
Passion is a delicate flame, and you have to nurture it – burnout is a real thing, and it takes years to recover from, if you manage to at all. Don’t let anyone burn you out and, if you are a born generalist, don’t let yourself get specialized.
Gearing up for SIMM | Tony Webb, PhD, Lead Quantitative Analyst, Americas
For derivatives firms, keeping pace in a marketplace characterized by ever-stricter compliance oversight is no easy feat. The current reality is that most institutions’ risk approach is not comprehensive enough to handle the demands of today’s changing regulatory environment.