Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer
||“Reassessing Risk Management and Governance in the Banking Industry.”|
||Maureen Miskovic, Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer, State Street|
The events of the past 18 months have radically changed the outlook for the banking industry. Caught between politics and regulation, bank management teams and Boards of Directors are reassessing risk management and governance within their organizations. How are they responding to the challenges? What, if anything, has been fixed?
Join risk industry leader and expert Maureen Miskovic, executive vice president and chief risk officer at State Street, as she sheds light on banking's complex risk management and governance practices - past, present, and future.
Maureen J. Miskovic is executive vice president and State Street’s chief risk officer responsible for leading the company’s risk management function globally. She is also a member of the company’s Operating Group, State Street’s most senior strategy and policy-making team. Before being appointed to this role, Ms. Miskovic served on State Street’s Board of Directors and was senior advisor at Eurasia Group, a global political risk advisory and consulting firm based in New York. Previously, Ms. Miskovic spent six years as chief risk officer for Lehman Brothers and prior to this appointment she was Treasurer at Morgan Stanley in London responsible for capital planning, bank relations and cash management for its European and Indian businesses. She has also held senior management roles at S.G. Warburg in London. In addition to her State Street board appointment, Ms, Miskovic also served as a member of the board at NRG Energy. Ms. Miskovic has published a book entitled “Futures and Options – A Handbook for Institutional Investors” and serves as an honorary member of the Leadership Council of the Betty Ford Foundation. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Russian and German from King’s College, London University. In June 2009, The Boston Symphony Orchestra welcomed Ms. Miskovic to its Board of Overseers for an initial three-year term.