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Analyzing Threats to Financial Stability

By DTCC Connection Staff | January 26, 2022

Since 2013, the DTCC Systemic Risk Barometer Survey has served as an annual pulse check to monitor existing and emerging risks that may impact the safety, resiliency and stability of the global financial system. It is designed to help identify trends and foster industry-wide dialogue on potential threats to financial stability. The survey is a key component of DTCC’s thought leadership with respect to systemic risk.

Related: View 2022 Systemic Risk Barometer Survey Results

In this video, the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) presented a webcast with in-depth analysis of the 2022 risk forecast and a discussion on what the outcome means for risk management professionals to prepare for the challenges ahead.

Joining Lisa Ponti, GARP’s Vice President of Educational Outreach, as moderator was Adrien Vanderlinden, DTCC’s Head of the Systemic Risk Office, Drew Propson, World Economic Forum’s Head of Technology and Innovation in Financial Services and Stephen Hood, ED&F Man Capital Markets’ Global Chief Operating Officer and Global Chief Risk Officer.




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