References

WSJ
Wall Street Journal | 22. September 2021

Credit Suisse’s Archegos Disaster Exposes Cracks in Bank Regulation

Orbit36 quoted in the Wall Street Journal.

The article “Credit Suisse’s Archegos Disaster Exposes Cracks in Bank Regulation” highlights a crucial gap in the regulatory oversight of big banks. 

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Swiss Risk Association Event | 29. November 2021

Lessons learned from the Archegos disaster

Presentation held by Andreas Ita and Robin Dutt at the Swiss Risk Dinner. Keynote speech on one of the biggest trading losses of all times.

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finews.ch | 16. April 2021

Welche Lehren ziehen wir aus dem Archegos Skandal

Das Debakel der Credit Suisse mit dem Family Office Archegos birgt wertvolle Lektionen für andere Banken, schreibt Andreas Ita seinem Beitrag für finews.first.

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finews.com | 3. June 2020

UBS Advisers Reunite at Swiss Boutique

Two ex-UBS bankers are reuniting as managing partners of a new Swiss advisory boutique.

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swissinfo.ch | 18. June 2021

Credit Suisse carnage brings financial risk for banks into focus

Orbit36 interviewed by Swissinfo on the risk management related to Credit Suisse’s disastrous Greensill and Archegos investments. The article is available in 10 different languages.

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agefi.com | 29. October 2021

Le grand défi qui attend Urban Angehrn, nouveau directeur de la Finma

Orbit36 was interviewed by Agefi on the challenges in risk management and the regulatory supervision of large international banks.

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GFMI Conference | 31. January 2022

3rd Annual Best Practices for Stress Testing in Financial Institutions” conference in New York

Orbit36 presented at this premier GFMI event that brings together key banking industry experts from leading US financial institutions.

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Conferencia World | 21. May 2021

Global S&OP, Forecasting & Business Planning Summit

Orbit36 presented at this Conferencia World event with industry experts across the world on sales and operating planning

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