Alan Laubsch has almost twenty years of risk management experience and has advised banks, asset managers, and sovereign institutions on risk implementations. Alan was a co-founder of the RiskMetrics Group (now MSCI). Until June 2010, Alan focused on next generation risk management at RiskMetrics Labs. His research includes methodologies for early warning, stress testing, and a framework for integrated risk management.
Previously, Alan was a Vice-President at JPMorgan’s Risk Advisory Group, where he helped financial institutions implements enterprise risk management. Alan joined JPMorgan in New York in 1993 after receiving a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University. As a researcher in the Corporate Risk Management Group, Alan worked on hedge fund risk analysis, default risk modelling, economic capital allocation, and market and credit risk integration.
Mr. Laubsch authored, “Risk Management: A Practical Guide,” and other research available at www.msci.com. Alan has also published articles in the Asia Wall Street Journal and other financial media.