Clients are demanding increased risk monitoring and control capabilities across all asset types. This session reveals the latest trends in risk reporting, which lead to increased transparency and control exposures.
This episode of the Take 15 Series was originally released on 30 November 2011.
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Todd Jankowski, CFA, is head of the Certificate in Investment Performance Measurement (CIPM) program at CFA Institute. He oversees all CIPM program activities, with emphasis on advancing ethical standards and best practices in investment performance evaluation and presentation activities. Previously, Jankoswki spent 12 years at Northwestern Mutual and, most recently, he was head of investment research in the wealth management division, where earlier, he had held investment management positions in the institutional private placement and retail advisory divisions. He has also worked as senior financial analyst for Helling Realty & Investment Company and as an internal revenue agent with the US federal tax authority. Jankowski previously served as a member of the GIPS Investment Performance Council, on the CFA Program Candidate Curriculum Committee Working Body, as a CFA exam grader, and in various executive-level board positions for the CFA Society of Milwaukee. He holds a certificate in distance education from Indiana University, a BBA with a major in accounting and a minor in chemistry from the University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh, and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. Topical Expertise:Performance Measurement
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