Buy-Side Risk Global

Buy-Side Risk Global is the leading conference for investment strategy and risk professionals from across the buy-side industry.

Buy-Side Risk Global will bring together 250+ senior professionals from leading asset managers, hedge funds, pension funds, insurance firms, mutual funds and equity firms. Addressing the key industry challenges from model risk techniques, liquidity stress testing and scenario analysis through to waving farewell to Libor, to better understand the complexities of market risk and improve investment decisions.



of editorially curated content



industry leading experts



senior professionals from leading asset managers, fund managers, insurance firms and equity firms

Macro Global Trends

After dealing with a pandemic industry participants are warry of economic recovery and what major event will come next.


There continue to be changes to financial operations with regulation shifts in things like the phase out of Libor, UMR, SEC derivatives rule.

Portfolio Management

Sessions will focus on risk management from an investing perspective with topics like asset allocation, back testing, ESG, and more.

Market Risk

Many risk managers see there being fatter tails in their models.  Here they can hear about what concerns industry leaders have, new forms of stress testing, and what to do if liquidity issues arise.

Katie Day

Global COO of risk & quantitative analysis


Judith Hilton


DWS Americas

Andrew Peters

Head of risk

New York Life Investments

Balakrishna Subramanian

President & chief risk officer

Engineers Gate

Chris Callies

Interim CRO/CIO


Navin Sharma

Global fixed income risk management lead

T. Rowe Price

Erin Browne

Managing director, asset allocation portfolio manager


Mark Schaltuper

Managing director for enterprise risk management


Sudipto De

Risk officer, lead for equity & securitized products risk management

Lord, Abbett & Co. LLC

Max Gokhman



Will Hadfield

Investing editor

Will Hadfield runs the investing team for, overseeing coverage of hedge funds, conventional asset managers and insurance companies. He previously covered market structure for Bloomberg News in London, both as a reporter and an editor. He studied History at the University of Durham and is a French speaker.

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