Today, banks recognize that consistent, firmwide stress testing across asset classes, positions and business lines must improve in order to ensure appropriate risk capture and to effectively aggregate stress test and risk calculation results. View this on-demand Webcast to learn how clear regulatory standards for stress tests and data exchange will help align asset classes and risk measurement methodologies within banks and between banks and regulators.
Join your peers and our expert panel to discuss how leading-edge banks are using analytics to:
- Respond to stress tests in days versus weeks.
- Clarify required risk parameters and guidelines.
- Create consistent, repeatable test result processes.
Handle numerous valuation methods, disparate data and stress testing models.
Senior Research Director, Financial Strategies and IT Investments
Rod Nelsestuen conducts research on business and IT strategies, emerging trends, growth strategies and issues germane to all verticals across the financial services industry. Topics include innovation, operational excellence, sourcing strategies and risk management, including governance and compliance.
With more than two decades of experience, Nelsestuen joined TowerGroup in 2006. He previously spent eight years as CEO of an affiliate and six years as the enterprise-level CIO at AgriBank, FCB.
Nelsestuen has an MBA and a graduate certificate in information systems management from Keller Graduate School of Management of DeVry University. He also completed the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has an MFA in writing from Hamline University.
Senior Solutions Architect
Americas Risk Practice
Jeff Hasmann has more than 20 years of experience with finance and risk management in financial services. During his career, he served as both a senior risk manager and a corporate treasurer at several large firms.
Since joining SAS in 2002, Hasmann has served in various roles. He helped develop risk management as a core business for the company and supported efforts in banking, capital markets and insurance. He also assisted in developing the company's capabilities in market risk, credit risk, liquidity risk, Basel II and asset management.
Hasmann holds a bachelor's in mathematics from Rice University and an MBA from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business. Hasmann also is a Certified Public Accountant, a Certified Treasury Analyst and an active member of many professional organizations.