Chartis: Bringing buy-side risk management into the future

In the narrative of the financial crisis, buy-side firms appear to have escaped opprobrium. “The banks” have taken most of the flak from regulators and the public, while even hedge funds – the perennial cartoon villains of anti-financial services groups – have avoided blame.

Despite this, the buy-side could not dodge the flood of regulatory measures unleashed by supervisors, nor can they ignore the altered structure of the marketplace.

Regulations such as Dodd-Frank and EMIR will create

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