Get the full picture: Identify signals on financial sector turmoil


Title: Get the full picture: Identify signals on financial sector turmoil

Duration: 1 Hour

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The recent turmoil in the banking sector has sent shockwaves around the world, sparking new fears about whether a wider financial crisis is pending.  

Few investors had bank failures on their radar as a potential trigger for systemic risk, yet the US regional banks that were previously considered too small to need comprehensive prudential regulation, are now considered "too big to ignore."  

In times of such turbulence, how can you identify opportunity and manage risk? How do you search for new sources of alpha or hunt for data sets that provide the additional insight you need to spot potential pitfalls? 

Join us as we demonstrate the datasets that can deliver a more comprehensive view of the market, providing you with insights to make better informed decisions at every step, from pre-market analysis to post-event monitoring during market-moving events. 

This webinar will explore  

  • How to easily identify counterparty risk exposure.
  • The build-up in short interest across the US banking sector and the size of the current short positions being held in banking stocks.
  • How intraday Securities Finance data is helping to pinpoint positions being borrowed to get an almost real time view of market events.   
  • Credit spread performance pre and post SVB collapse and the impact on market liquidity. 
  • Post GFC regulation on bank resolution and the impact on credit markets.
  • The market's future expectation on the performance of broader US regional banking sector through movements in the EQ derivatives markets. 
  • Analyzing regional banks using textual data, fundamentals and investor sentiment.

Maureen Mckenna (Moderator)
Solutions Lead for U.S. Commercial Banks
S&P Global Market Intelligence
Gavan Nolan
Executive Director, CDS and Fixed Income Pricing
S&P Global Market Intelligence
Matt Chessum
Director, Securities Finance
S&P Global Market Intelligence
Kash Sheth
Executive Director, Business Development, OTC Derivatives Data
S&P Global Market Intelligence
Lance Risi
Product Director, Cross Reference Solutions
S&P Global Market Intelligence

Temilade Oyeniyi
Vice President, New Product Development & Quantamental Research
S&P Global Market Intelligence
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