This event will take stock of the risk management challenges of 2022 and lessons learnt for the future.
In this panel discussion, leading risk practitioners from the global financial system will join LSE academics to take stock of the risk management challenges experienced in 2022 and lessons learnt going into 2023. Did we frame and approach risk in the right manner? What has worked and what has not in 2022? What is it that truly surprised us? What are some of the open questions that we are still grappling with, and academia can help with?
Meet our speakers and chair
Jón Daníelsson (@JonDanielsson) is Reader in Finance at LSE and Co-Director of the Systemic Risk Centre. His research interests cover systemic risk, financial risk, econometrics, economic theory and financial crisis. His latest book, The Illusion of Control: Why Financial Crises Happen, and What We Can (and Can't) Do About It, published by Yale University Press, is out now. He has written two other books, Financial Risk Forecasting and Global Financial Systems: Stability and Risk and published a number of articles in leading academic journals. Jón writes regularly about his research on modelsandrisk.org and he blogs on VoxEU.
Gene Frieda (@PIMCO) is an executive vice president and global strategist based in London, and serves as co-head of foreign exchange strategy and co-head of the Emerging Markets Portfolio Committee. Prior to joining PIMCO in 2016, he served as a partner and global strategist at Moore Capital, focusing on global macroeconomic and financial sector policy issues. He has 28 years of investment experience and holds a master's degree in economics from the London School of Economics and undergraduate degrees from the University of Oklahoma. He is a senior visiting fellow at the London School of Economics and has served as a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Global Imbalances, a member of the UN Expert Panel on Financing Global Education and as an associate of the Political Economy of Financial Markets program at Oxford University.
Nasreen Kasenally (@UBS) is the Chief Risk Officer (CRO) of UBS Asset Management (AM), EMEA and Sustainability. She is a senior Risk professional with over 24 years of experience mostly at UBS covering investment banking, asset and wealth management in New York and London. In her role as Chief Risk Officer, Nasreen is responsible for all financial risks within UBS Asset Management globally and in all the business divisions of UBS Group in EMEA. Within Sustainability Risk, she has the oversight of the risks across the group and leads the engagement and positioning to deliver the firm’s purpose and values with regards to sustainability. Nasreen is very active in championing Diversity, Equity & Inclusive initiatives, mentoring social entrepreneurs and sponsoring global projects and is a SheEO Activator.
Virginie Maisonneuve joined AllianzGI as Global CIO Equity in June 2021. In this capacity, she leads the development of the firm’s Equity capability and investment offering. She is a member of AllianzGI’s Investment Executive Committee and International Management Group. Virginie is a global investment leader with a 30 plus year track record of performance, team leadership and innovation. She has previously held portfolio management and CIO positions for companies such as Eastspring, Pimco, Schroders, Clay Finlay, Batterymarch, State Street Research and Martin Currie in various parts of the world including Singapore, New York, Boston, San Francisco and London. During this time, she has pioneered investing in areas such as China, “Quanta-mental”, Thematics, ESG and Climate Change.
Lutfey Siddiqi (@Lutfeys) is Visiting Professor in Practice at LSE IDEAS and Advisory Board member at the Systemic Risk Centre. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the National University of Singapore and advisory board member of the Centre for Governance (CGIO) at NUS business school. He was previously Global Head of Emerging Markets for Foreign Exchange, Rates & Credit at UBS Investment Bank.
More about this event
Systemic Risk Centre (@LSE_SRC) was set up to study the risks that may trigger the next financial crisis and to develop tools to help policymakers and financial institutions become better prepared.
NUS Risk Management Institute (RMI) was established in 2006 as a research institute at NUS dedicated to the area of financial risk management. The Risk Management Institute (RMI) aims to be a world-class center in risk management through research, education, and training.
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