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Presented By: University Career Center

SMBC Meet and Greet - Risk Management & Capital Markets

Our SMBC Meet and Greet Series is for all students seeking a 2023 internship or analyst opportunity with our firm. Each session will consist of overviews of the various groups that hire into our programs led bythe business members themselves followed by an open-forum Q&A session. Since each session will be different, students are encouraged to attend as many as they like.

Risk Management:

The Risk Management Department, Americas Division (“RMDAD”) comprehensively and dynamically managesthe risks facing SMBC across various risk stripes and categories. RMDAD plays a critical role in SMBC’s “second line of defense,” overseeingand monitoring risks across the firm, creating sound risk management policies, principles, and frameworks, and working to ensure strong controls are in place to manage and promote informed risk taking.

RMDAD conducts continuous monitoring of risks and changing market conditions to enablean agile risk management function that captures new risks and developments as they arise.

RMDAD collaborates with senior executive management and works with financial regulators to ensure a sound risk management function exists that is ready to handle the risks of modern international finance and banking.

SMBC Capital Markets - Risk:

SMBC Capital Markets (SMBC CM) provides market liquidity and customized derivative solutions to corporate and institutional clients around the globe. Additionally, SMBC offers regional fixed income and foreign exchange expertise through 70+ offices in over 40 countries.


Meeting Number: 2630 860 6599

Meeting Password: jJhFBjMp783

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