Model Risk Management: Outlook

New perspectives on “model risk management” from an industry veteran in model use
and development.

This interactive session brought together CROs, heads of model risk and other risk functions, including model development, model audit, and risk infrastructure, and senior risk professionals from banks and other financial firms to discuss and debate the latest trends governing model risk.
KEY TAKEAWAYS:
Set up an effective enterprise model risk management framework
Reconcile SR11-7 with large FBO MRM programs
Understand the staffing arms race
Understand the importance of industry collaboration
SPEAKER PROFILE:

Daniel heads the Risk-IRC function at BNP Paribas, North America CIB/IP. His responsibilities include establishing a robust regional model risk management framework, and ensuring all models within scope are independently challenged and validated to appropriate standards and local US needs are met by global validation teams Previously, he spent 10 years across BNP’s Quantitative Research and Trading and Anti-Fraud teams in both the US and UK. Daniel has been instrumental

in devising and developing a number of products that BNP continues to actively market to clients. Prior to joining BNP, he worked with technology and trading firms, including as a trader at Goldenberg, Hehmeyer and Co. focusing on fixed income derivatives. Daniel holds a master’s degree in Mathematics from the University of Warwick and is a member of the ACFE.

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