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Building an Interconnectedness Risk Management ProgramConstructing an interconnectedness risk management program can be a daunting task for financial companies, given the intrinsic complexities and lack of precedents. However, any Interconnectedness Risk Program should be founded on four basic building blocks supported by three mitigation strategy pillars.

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Building an Interconnectedness Risk Management Program

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.

Interconnectedness Risks Another Financial Crisis

Andrew Gray, DTCC Managing Director and Group Chief Risk Officer, writes in the Nikkei Asian Review that firms need to develop an interconnected risk management program, given the complex nature of today’s markets.