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In today’s highly connected financial marketplace, risk managers can no longer view financial companies as standalone local or regional entities because the reality is that they are now a diverse set of interconnected components that distribute risk and are exposed to it, often in ways that are not transparent or expected.

Constructing an interconnectedness risk management program can be a daunting task for financial companies given the intrinsic complexities and lack of precedents.

In this video, Michael Leibrock, DTCC Chief Systemic Risk Officer, discusses the building blocks of an interconnectedness management program as well as the three pillars of mitigation.

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