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Market Liquidity

February 16 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Market liquidity: One door closes, another one opens?

Saurabh Rastogi, Special Advisor, Global Risk Institute, Toronto, Canada 

Market liquidity is in a transition and the capital markets are undergoing a significant transformation that is likely to take the next ten years. Based on his recently published article on Bond Market Liquidity, this seminar will further explore the opportunities that these coming changes would provide to the various capital market participants and stakeholders.


 

Frank Massey

Speaker:

Saurabh Rastogi

Saurabh is currently a Special Advisor with the Global Risk Institute in Toronto, Canada.

Prior to this role, he was the Senior Vice President, Balance Sheet, Liquidity and Pension Risk for Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) where he led a team with global accountability to provide an effective challenge and sound risk oversight to the treasury/liquidity management function as well as pensions within CIBC.  While there he also was the Managing Director within the Office of the Chief Investment Officer within CIBC where, among other things, he was responsible for helping manage the interest rate risk on CIBC's balance sheet.

Saurabh joined CIBC in 2000 as a senior market risk manager and since 2001 has held various trading roles within CIBC Treasury and CIBC Wholesale Banking. Prior to joining CIBC, Saurabh was a Financial Engineer with Algorithmics Incorporated. Saurabh is a CFA charterholder and received his Bachelor of Technology (BTech) in Chemical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in New Delhi, India, and an MBA from University of Toronto.

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Date:
February 16
Time:
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
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Global Risk Institute
55 University Avenue, Suite 1801
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2H7 Canada
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