Nov 2017

  • November 29, 2017

    Recording | Raising the Bar on Liquidity Risk Management: How the investment industry is preparing for Form N-PORT

    In this webinar, Axioma regulatory reporting and risk experts explored the regulatory state of affairs as the investment industry readies itself for the SEC’s new, fast-approaching Modernization Regulations. Special focus was paid to the topics of liquidity risk management and regulatory developments related to Form N-PORT.

    View the webinar recording here


    Alan Langworthy, Executive Director of Multi-Asset Research at Axioma, is primarily focused on the next generation of Axioma’s fixed income risk model. Prior to joining Axioma in 2016, Alan spent fifteen years at UBS, the last ten of which were in UBS Delta where he worked on risk, performance attribution, liquidity, and bespoke client projects. His career began at UBS in 2001 as a credit strategist. Alan holds a D.Phil in mathematics from the University of Oxford, is a CFA® charterholder, and a Chartered Mathematician.

    As part of the Reporting Solutions team, Denis Tarpey, DIrector of Regulatory Reporting at Axioma, works with new and existing Axioma clients to ensure they are up-to-date with the rapidly evolving regulatory environment. Denis began in the RegTech space in 2012, with the advent of the Dodd-Frank driven Form PF. Prior to Axioma, Denis was at ConceptOne, where he helped develop, implement and advise clients on the use of proprietary SaaS technology to complete the first ever Form PF filings. Denis grew the business by helping scale the software offerings to encompass NFA CPO-PQR and AIFMD Annex IV filings. Upon Axioma’s acquisition of ConceptOne in 2016, Denis took on a Product Specialist role working with existing filers and advising our developers and sales team to drive Axioma’s Regulatory expansion into Form N-PORT. Prior to working in the regulatory space, Denis was in the Corporate Bond/CDS/Bank Debt world as an Institutional Broker for over 10 years. This background has positioned Denis to not only understand the liquidity issues facing the Fixed Income world today, but also help advise our customers on N-PORT’s liquidity requirements. Denis holds a BA in Economics from the University of Mary Washington..