Risk Training

Risk Training is a leading professional training provider specialising in finance, risk management, regulation and derivatives. With public training courses across North America and Europe, and in-house services offered in any location, our events provide a variety of industry perspectives and best practice approaches to meet the challenges your business faces in the current regulatory landscape.

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There is no denying that COVID-19 is affecting all our personal and professional lives and Risk Training is no exception. But as one of our core values here at Risk.net is resilience we are determined to support our clients, adapt our services and accommodate the need for essential training while ensuring the safety of our delegates and speakers

So with this in mind, we have decided to provide our upcoming courses through our online platform.

The virtual sessions will be spread over 2, 3 or 4 days in 2.5 hour slots, allowing the content and interaction to be kept at the most engaging level and facilitating communication between speakers and participants.

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Chris Kenyon

Head of XVA quant modelling, and AI innovation lead

MUFG Securities EMEA plc

Chris Kenyon is head of XVA Quant Modelling, and AI Innovation lead at MUFG Securities EMEA plc.  Previously he was Head of XVA Quantitative Research at Lloyds Banking Group, head quant for Counterparty Credit Risk at Credit Suisse, and (post-crisis) Head of Structured Credit Valuation at DEPFA Bank Plc.  He is active in XVA research, introducing KVA and MVA, with Andrew Green, in Risk papers 2014-15 and their accounting treatment in 2016-17, as well as PFL as the replacement for PFE (2019).  He publishes mostly in the Cutting Edge section of Risk magazine (5th most published 1988-2018, and 3rd most cited in 2017), co-wrote “Discounting, LIBOR, CVA and Funding” (Palgrave 2012) and co-edited “Landmarks in XVA” (Risk 2016). He has a Ph.D. from Cambridge University and is an author of the open source software QuantLib.

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Radka Margitova

Director | financial services risk consulting

PwC

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Christian Rasmussen

Head of group treasury

UBS

Senior Executive practiced in leveraging internal Assets & Liabilities structure/management and product skills to drive productivity and revenue across diverse platforms. Optimize internal assets and liabilities to deliver maximum client return/value. 

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Ariane Chapelle

Director

Chapelle Consulting

Dr, Ariane Chapelle, is Honorary Reader at University College London and is an internationally recognised trainer and consultant in Risk. She teaches at UCL 'Operational Risk Measurement for Financial Institutions’ and is a Fellow of the Institute of Operational Risk..

In 2019, the firm received the Risk.net Award for ‘Outstanding Achievement in the Year in Operational Risk’. She published at Wiley Finance Series the textbook Operational Risk Management: Best Practices in the Financial Services Industry, in December 2018 that rapidly became the No.1 best seller in its field and is now translated in French by Pearson France. In 2020, the book got elected “Book of the Year” by risk.net.

Dr. Chapelle founded and runs her adivsory and training practice in risk management, serving all sizes of financial organisations and international institutions, including central banks and UN agencies. She is a former holder of the Chair of International Finance at the University of Brussels with backgrounds in internal audit, credit risk and investment risk. She has been active in operational risk management since 2000 and was formerly head of operational risk management at ING Group and Lloyds Banking Group.

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Jeremy Holmes

Director, advisory & oversight, GRM operational risk, corporate functions

RBC

Jeremy is Director, Operational Risk, Corporate Functions at RBC.  Within his current role, Jeremy is responsible for providing Oversight and Challenge to RBC’s Technology and Operations, Human Resources, Finance, Group Risk Management, Compliance, AML, Internal Audit and a collection of units within the CAO globally.  Jeremy has 20 years of financial industry experience, including 7 years in reporting and oversight roles in the CAMLO office of RBC, 5 years as an Operational Risk Advisor at TD and RBC, and 3 years in Internal Audit at TD Financial Group.   His team has successfully rolled out a Program Maturity Assessment across the Corporate Functions at RBC to objectively evaluate the breadth and maturity of the Operational Risk Program in each unit, thereby allowing management and the lines of business the ability to understand the level of embeddedness of the Operational Risk Management program in Corporate Functions.

Daniel Wynne

LIBOR Transition SME

National Australia Bank

Daniel is the SME to National Australia Bank’s Financial Benchmarks Project. Based in the UK branch he is advising on new RFR product development, customer outreach and internal training and monitoring industry trends across London and New York.  Daniel is a member of the Bank of England’s Cash Legacy Transition Task Force. Prior to working at NAB, Daniel has worked on a number of large scale regulatory and market structure change projects across major financial institutions

Rohan Kataria

Head of execution for WMR traded risk stress testing

HSBC

Rohan Kataria is the Head of Execution for Traded Risk Stress Testing at HSBC since early 2019. He is responsible for Planning, Execution and Delivery of Trading Risk Stress Testing at the Group Level, includes both Market Risk and Counterparty Credit Risk. He is involved in various stress tests submissions, including PRA and EBA.

Previously Rohan worked with Credit Suisse in London for 8 years. His recent role was an ICAAP Market Risk Manager.  He was responsible for Pillar 2A assessment for Market Risk for UK legal entities. Overall, Rohan has 15+ years of experience in various roles including but not limited to stress testing, scenario analysis, front-to-back processes, trade lifecycle, regulatory capital & reporting.

Rohan holds an Executive MBA degree from London Business School and is FRM (GARP) certified. He did his graduation in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) , Mumbai.

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Rogelio Cuevas

Senior Manager, Data Scientist

TD Bank

Rogelio Cuevas is a Data Scientist, Senior Manager at TD Bank where his main responsibility is providing data science and machine learning solutions for different lines of business. Prior to his tenure with TD Bank, he was a Data Scientist at Scotiabank where he developed credit risk models in retail banking through the prototyping and implementation of machine learning techniques. 

He is an active member of the Toronto data science community where he offers mentoring and training to professionals. Part of these activities include being a panelist at Rotman School of Business, mentor at Insight Data Science Toronto and invited speaker at University of Toronto. 

Before his experience in the financial sector, Rogelio contributed with IBM through its Cognitive Class initiative, formerly known as Big Data University. 

Rogelio has a strong academic background and research experience that he acquired working in academic institutions that include McMaster University, Duke University and The University of Western Ontario. 
 

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Marco Ossanna

CRO, US FCM

HSBC

Marco Ossanna is Senior Vice President and Chief Risk Officer for the Futures Commission Merchant at HSBC Securities USA Inc.  Mr.Ossanna has worked as subject matter expert of Central Clearing Counterparties (CCPs) at HSBC since June 2014 advising the FCM on establishing risk appetite and managing exposure towards Clearing Houses.

From 2011 to 2013, Mr. Ossanna, was Executive Director at Chicago Mercantile Exchange, in charge of Clearing Membership, Risk Management and Default Management for Over-the-Counter Derivatives.

From 2000 to 2010, Mr. Ossanna was Executive Vice President and Global Risk Officer of Structured Equity Derivatives at Intesa Sanpaolo, supervising teams in New York and London. In 1990's he worked in the Research Department of Banca Commerciale Italiana in Milan, Italy, publishing market wide bank sector analysis and bank's strategic papers supporting the CEO.

Mr. Ossanna received a Laurea in Economics from the Universita' degli Studi di Pavia in 1991 and he is a Certified European Financial Analyst. He is also an active member of industry groups and periodically represent HSBC at meetings with Regulators on matters concerning derivatives and clearing.

Armel R. Kouassi

Senior Vice President

Northern Trust Corporation

Armel R. Kouassi is a seasoned banking and finance professional with over 15 years of experience in financial services.  He has worked and lived in numerous locations throughout the United States, Europe & Africa. Mr. Kouassi is Senior Vice President at Northern Trust Corporation. Armel has shifted between private equity, entrepreneurial and senior banking roles in his career. Armel is a frequent speaker and author in banking and risk magazines in Africa, Latin America, USA and Europe, he is certified Financial Risk Professional and a member of Global Association of Risk Professional. 

Armel received an MBA from the Wharton School, a Master’s in finance from ESCP Europe, France and a Master’s in statistics and economy with Honors from ENSEA, Cote d’Ivoire. Armel is a father of 3 girls, fluent in English, French and German, he is passionate of Economic Empowerments, Global Affairs, Arts and Music. Member of the Board of Directors of the 12.14 Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering well-being in children by instilling grit and resilience. Member of the Board of Directors of the Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra. Armel is also member of the FinTech Advisory Board at the Center of Financial Professional. Member of the Chicago Council of Global Affairs, the Aspen’s Society of Fellows and the Manhattan Institute’s Young Leaders Circle. 
 

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