Ten years after the onset of the global financial crisis, Marc Denjean, a professional expert on credit trading and derivatives, takes us back to heart of the near-meltdown of the financial system, and helps us shape an answer to the unavoidable question of today: ‘what have we learned, and can it happen again?’
Marc Denjean was until recently the Head of Credit Trading and Structuring at Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets, a client-driven market-making operation in secondary credit instruments: Corporate bonds, Financials bonds, Asset-Back-Securities, Loans intermediations as well as structuring and risk managing credit-related investment Solutions.
Prior to that, Marc has held numerous trading and structuring leadership positions across US and European investment banks. Most relevant to this talk is his experience as Head of the European portfolio management team of the SNB StabFund, the non-core JV between UBS and the Swiss National Bank (SNB) in charge of the derisking of UBS’ Structured Finance operations in the fallout of the Financial Crisis.
Conference organized by the management of the specialized Masters in Finance Risk and Control and followed by a debate with:
Jennifer GOODMAN , Associate Professor of CSR - Business & Society Department
Christian VOGTLIN, Associate Professor - Business & Society Department
Emilios GALARIOTIS, Dr Emilios Galariotis (PhD Dunelm, HDR)
Professor of Finance, Assistant Dean for Research Audencia, Vice President of the French Finance Association (Affi)