On-Demand Webinar

Navigating Economic Challenges: Building Resilience Through Integrated Risk Management

Learn how to modernize ALM and liquidity risk management in turbulent times.

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About the webinar

After a rocky start to 2023, many in the financial services industry started to question if they had the tools and resources to be resilient in an unstable economy.

Banks want to ensure they can protect their businesses, reputations and customers when the unexpected occurs.

This is where a comprehensive asset and liability management (ALM) strategy can help.

Join executives from SAS and Microsoft to learn how SAS® Asset and Liability Management combines powerful analytics with Microsoft’s premier cloud technologies to optimize a bank’s cash flow strategy and perform stress testing and simulations.

Why attend?

  • Discover the importance of developing a holistic view of risk exposure.
  • Learn how to use informed decision-making tools and strategies to help financial institutions.
  • Remain vigilant and resilient against major disruptions in the market.
  • Discover the need for a proactive and integrated approach to risk management.
  • Discuss the significance of capital allocation, especially relevant in the context of economic downturns and changing regulatory landscapes.

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About the Experts

Stu Bradley
Senior Vice President, Fraud and Security Intelligence, SAS

Stu Bradley leads a diverse team of 700 technology and domain experts in more than two dozen countries in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific. He and his team help commercial and public organizations use the most advanced analytic technologies in the arenas of risk management, AML/CFT compliance, financial services fraud and financial crimes, government benefits program integrity, tax compliance and public security.

Bradley’s risk management and anti-fraud career spans more than two decades. Since joining SAS in 2009, he has served in leadership roles advancing the risk and fraud portfolio across four main pillars: risk management, industry fraud, AML compliance and public security. He’s declared it his personal mission to help organizations implement a modern approach to stopping crime before it happens.


Donald van Deventer, PhD
Managing Director, Risk Research and Quantitative Solutions, SAS

Donald van Deventer joined the Risk Research and Quantitative Solutions group at SAS in June 2022 through SAS’ acquisition of his previous firm, the Kamakura Corporation. van Deventer founded Kamakura in 1990 and served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer until the acquisition. His emphasis at SAS is enterprisewide risk management and modern credit risk technology. His primary financial consulting and research interests involve the practical application of leading-edge financial theory to solve critical financial risk management challenges.

Tyler Pichach
Executive Director, Worldwide Financial Services Industry Business Strategy, Microsoft

Tyler Pichach is part of the Worldwide Financial Services team at Microsoft. As the Executive Director for Microsoft’s Americas financial services business, he supports the development and execution of Microsoft’s multiyear growth and compete strategies, across the global financial services industry (FSI) to support its FSI customers in their digital transformation journeys.

As one of Microsoft’s thought leaders in financial services, Pichach came to the company with a distinguished, 15-plus-year career in the industry at one of the largest financial institutions in Canada and in North America. He’s held various leadership positions, including leading the bank’s omnichannel strategy, Enterprise Payments and Digital Commercial Banking teams. Prior to this, Pichach led teams in the telco industry and as part of an early-stage tech startup.

Pichach holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from York and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Fredericton.