New regulations like FRTB (part of the upcoming Basel IV set of reforms) pose significant risk management challenges. However, in these challenges lies an opportunity: Banks are using FRTB mandates in order to build a firm foundation for future risk management and compliance applications that lower development and staffing expenses, optimize reserve ratios, maximize available capital and drive investment profits. 

This webinar discusses why your financial services firm should build your own internal risk models to avoid the higher capital reserve requirements set by regulators. This approach requires connected data, traceability and the speedy calculation of aggregate risk, but it results in lower reserve requirements and higher profits. We'll present a demonstration of such internal risk models, including a real-life scenario to showcase the value of graph technology.

JOE DEPEAU
Sr. Presales Consultant, Neo4j

Originally from the USA but now living in the UK, Joe has over 20 years of varied experience in the IT industry across a number of domains and specialties. Most recently, Joe has focused on technical pre-sales and solution architecture in the data and analytics space. When not geeking out over data and technology he enjoys camping, tending to his garden and allotment, reading, and playing boardgames and RPGs. He also bakes a mean cheesecake.


Benoît Simard
Field Engineer, Neo4j

Benoît est un développeur en informatique passionné par les nouvelles technologies et la philosophie du libre.

Ayant réalisé ses études à l'institut des mathématiques appliquées à Angers, son domaine d'expertise s'est tourné vers le domaine du web et des graphes. Evangéliste Neo4j depuis 3 ans, Benoît travaille actuellement chez Neo4j France comme expert et consultant technique. Il aime par ailleurs partager ses connaissances sur les graphes avec la communauté et lors de sessions de formation dédiées.
Kelsey Bieri
Data Governance Analyst, ICC

Kelsey Bieri is a Data Governance Analyst at ICC in the Master Data Management and Data Governance Practice. She has contributed to numerous data governance and data lineage projects in the Banking industry, helping organizations build a better understanding of their data universe. Kelsey holds a degree in Management Information Systems from the College of Business at Ohio University.

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