Rory Keelan has a wealth of experience in the assessment of banks in emerging markets. His previous experience ranges from managing a portfolio of bank credit risk exposures at Bank of America, then as Head of the International Division at NBAD focusing on emerging markets. Rory now works at Capital Intelligence, a ratings agency, specialising in the Middle East and Asia.
Rupert Rogers is Head of Market, Counterparty and Capital Risk at Saudi Hollandi Bank and is responsible for global counterparty exposures. He has extensive experience in counterparty risk management gained from working both with and in Emerging Markets.
Bruce Gomme is a Managing Director at UBS Investment bank and is responsible for EMEA Emerging Market counterparty exposures. He has a wealth of experience in the credit risk analysis and management of a wide range of financial institutions and corporates.
The financial services industry today consists of monstrously complex global financial institutions ... systemically important ... too big to fail ... even too complex to manage! Regulators are focused on observing systemic risk in these giant, global institutions. Systemic risk analysis is a new discipline in its infancy.
Counterparty analysis is a fundamental part of the credit risk activity of modern banks and financial institutions. However, it does not stop there: any entity entering into a transaction with another entity which involves taking credit or other risk, must ensure that proper analysis is carried out on that entity. It goes without saying that this should happen in advance, before said risk is incurred!
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