08 February, 2013 | (01 hr)

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Financial regulation in the U.S. and Europe is having an effect on how banks, insurance companies, and publicly traded companies are managing risks while demonstrating solvency to stakeholders. This webcast addresses how multi-national financial firms are learning to manage changes in capital risk and solvency policy and how their actions will impact non-financial institutions’ capital market decisions, their pension plans, and their strategic planning.

Audience: CROs and CFOs from financial and non-financial companies and key members of their staff

Speakers

Peter Skjoedt
Program Director
The Conference Board

Peter Skjødt holds a masters degree in macroeconomics from the university of Copenhagen. Worked for 3 years as a macro economist at the Danish Manufacturer's Association after graduation and then joined Carlsberg International for a couple ... Full Bio

Jae A. Junkunc

Jae A. Junkunc
Vice President and Head of Strategic Risk, Enterprise Risk Management
MassMutual Financial Group

Since joining MassMutual in 2006 as a member of the Executive Development Program,
Jae has held a number of different positions including associate in Product Management at OppenheimerFunds (NY), Lobbyist in Government Relations and Chief of ... Full Bio

Lieve Lowet

Lieve Lowet
Partner
ICODA, European Affairs

Chris Skroupa

Chris Skroupa (Moderator)
Executive Director, Member Engagement, Corporate Leadership
The Conference Board

Chris Skroupa has extensive background in developing conferences for institutional investors.  Prior to his most recent role as Director of Marketing for Kaplan Fox LLP, he was the Deputy Managing Director of Information Management Network (I... Full Bio

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