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Bank Risk in 2013: Where have we gone since 2008?


CalPERS, 400 Q Street, Room 2823, Sacramento, CA 95814

Start Time

12/12/2013 12:00 PM

End Time

12/12/2013 1:30 PM

Event Description

Summary: There were many reactions to the banking crisis of 2008. Flights to quality shut down lending engines. Deposit patterns changed. Toxicity slowly made its way through the system. And government created many new regulations. This lunch talk will cover how bank analytics have adapted over time, focusing on how it impacts large, mid-sized, and small financial institutions. Biography: Dennis Santiago Mr. Santiago is the business unit Director of the Bank Monitor Division of Total Bank Solutions. He is the architect and chief-analyst of the company’s bank assurance and ratings product, TBS Bank Monitor. Prior to TBS, Dennis co-founded Lord, Whalen LLC dba Institutional Risk Analytics in 2003 with partner Chris Whalen creating a range of bank and corporate analytics products. Under Mr. Santiago’s leadership, these products entered have government, business-to-business and consumer market channels. IRA Bank Monitor acquired by TBS in June 2013. Mr. Santiago is active in a number of civic areas. Under him, IRA donated a version of the IRA Bank Monitor’s search engine to the “Move Your Money” education project in 2010 allowing consumers to locate banking services alternatives by zip code with IRA’s quality filters assisting to reduce the risks for “ordinary people”. In July 2013, Dennis was recognized by the City of Los Angeles for his help to the city in drafting and passing its Responsible Banking Ordinance. He is an occasional Huffington Post Blogger, has served as a regional director for PRMIA, represents the alumni outreach program of the UCLA Anderson of Business to the Los Angeles South Bay community and serves as a volunteer firearms instructor with the City of Manhattan Beach Police Department and the U.S Civilian Marksmanship Program. Being from L.A. means everyone has some sort of tie in to entertainment; Dennis served as the weapons department head for Season 2 of the History Network television series “Top Shot”. Dennis holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of California at Irvine and Masters in Business Administration from the University of California Los Angeles.

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Risk Management





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United States

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400 Q Street, Room 2823, Sacramento, CA


Dennis Santiago

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