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WEBINAR REPLAY: New Drivers Of Change In Credit Markets: An On-Demand Webinar Series

Did you miss our recent global four-part live event series "New Drivers of Change in Credit Markets", hosted by Professor Ed Altman from NYU Stern School of Business?

If you did, you’re in luck. We’ve just uploaded Professor Altman’s presentation, as well as the expert panel sessions from London, New York, and San Francisco.

Watch Now On-Demand

Three reasons to register for this on-demand webinar series:

1. Hear from 15 of the world’s top credit risk experts and practitioners, including:

  • Edward Altman, Ph.D., Max L. Heine Professor of Finance, Emeritus, NYU Stern School of Business
  • Kelsey Biggers, Chief Risk Officer, Franklin Templeton Investments
  • Piotr Chmielowski, Chief Risk Officer, Fulcrum Asset Management
  • Moorad Choudhry, CEO, City of London Capital
  • Stephen Kealhofer, Founder, Chief Strategist & CRO, DGI Asset Management
  • Sean Klein, Head of Stress Testing, MUFG Union Bank
  • Robert Rupp, CRO, The Hartford
  • Stephen Schaefer, Professor of Finance and Deputy Dean, London Business School
  • Til Schuermann, Partner, Oliver Wyman
  • Roger Stein, Professor of Financial Engineering, MIT Sloan School of Management
  • James Wu, CEO and Founder, MonJa

2. On the most essential risk management trends:

  • Political risk, including the US Election and Brexit
  • Central Banks’ monetary policies and the impact of low/negative interest rates
  • Macroeconomic events, including slow and declining economic growth
  • Regulation and the impact on financial markets
  • Accounting standards on Expected Credit Losses
  • Transformative Trends in Credit Risk Analytics and Modelling
  • The Future of Artificial Intelligence and the Challenges of Big Data

3. Watch anytime, anywhere

Register to view one webinar or to get full access to the complete webinar.